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any of various alloys of tin with small amounts of other metals (especially lead)

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The firm, the oldest family-run pewtersmith in the world, has supplied more than 500 pieces of pewterware for the display.
When Jim and Deborah Chapman took over New Star Studio in 1985, it was a mom-and-pop pewtersmith company, selling individual pieces mainly at local markets and art fairs.
The area also hosted three large fairs every year, with traders and craftspeople from rug-makers to pewtersmiths coming from far and wide to do business.
AE WILLIAMS may for the PGA Golf tour in Italy AE WILLIAMS may be the oldest family-run pewtersmiths in the world - but they're still firmly at the top of their game in 2009.
The firm, the oldest family-run pewtersmiths in the world, has supplied more than 500 pieces of pewter for the Henry VIII exhibition at the palace to mark the 500th anniversary of the beginning of his reign.