A History of American Pewter

By: Montgomery, Charles F.

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Book Condition: Near Fine


246 pp. Close to new, slight rubbing on corners of jacket. Text clean. Detailed survey of pewter found in American homes since colonial times. Includes technical chapters on how it's made. Numerous b&w photos showing examples, markings, etc. Many are taken from the collection of Winterthur, the DuPont estate that is now a museum. Author is a Yale art professor and former director of Winterthur. Besides a catalog of Winterthur's holdings, it includes a list of other important pewter collections in the U.S. Index, bibliography, instructions on cleaning pewter. Note: The guide does not attempt to assign values or track recent sales. Size: 4to-- 10 in Tall

Title: A History of American Pewter

Author Name: Montgomery, Charles F.

Categories: Antiques, Home Decor,

Edition: Reprint.

Publisher: NY, Praeger Publishers: 1973

Binding: Cloth

Book Condition: Near Fine

Jacket Condition: Very Good

Type: Book

Seller ID: 009916

Keywords: ANTIQUES. PEWTER. DINNERWARE. COLONIAL.