Pewter

Pewter is a grey-coloured metallic alloy of tin, copper and antimony. It was first used by the classical civilisations of Greece and Rome and was the primary material used for tableware in medieval Europe, until the introduction and production of porcelain. It underwent a revival in the 19th Century with the new fashion for medieval designs associated with the Neo-Gothic, and Arts and Crafts movements. 

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  1. Brateau, Jules (French, 1844-1923) 1