|Pewter Society (UK) |
General Information on British Pewter : Pewter Bank
Dutch Pewter Society www.nederlandsetinvereniging.nl
Antique Metalware Society www.oldcopper.org
Historical Metallurgy Society www.hist-met.org
Maine Antique Digest www.maineantiquedigest.com
Antiques and Arts Weekly www.antiquesandthearts.com
Antiques Dealers Association of America www.adadealers.com
New Hampshire Antique Dealers Association www.nhada.org
Maine Antiques Dealers Association www.maineantiques.org
VT Antiques Dealers Association www.vermontada.com
Massachusetts Antiques Dealers Associations
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Related Links and other interesting Sites
The Pewter Society, a United Kingdom organization founded in 1918 as the Society of Pewter Collectors. The oldest society devoted to a specialized field of antiques. Its objectives are the study and understanding of old pewter, its documentation, restoration and preservation, and the history of its manufacture.
The Worshipful Company of Pewterers is the original craftsman's guild that can trace its existence in the UK back to the 14th century.
The following links are to museums that have sizable collections of American pewter on display. The last, Colonial Williamsburg, also has the largest collection of English pewter in this country. While their web sites illustrate little pewter, if you plan to visit any of these museums, information provided at the sites may help you
|Winterthur||The Metropolitan Museum, NYC|
|The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY||Museum of Fine Arts, Boston|
|Yale University Art Gallery||Colonial Williamsburg|