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★How to Care.
To care for your Oriental pewter's pewter ware, please take care your pewter by do not knock or jostle or scratch on pewter ware with anything which can cause damage.
We recommend you wash the article in warm water with a light solution of dishwashing soap and dry with a soft cloth. Please do not use abrasives or caustic detergents to polish your pewter ware.
Do not put the Pewter in Oven, Microwave or dishwasher to avoid damage. Never expose pewter to direct flame or heated surfaces.
★What is Pewter.
Pewter is one of the most valuable precious metals in common since thousand years ago until today. Fine pewter is an alloy of tin. It can be highly polished or buffed to a satin finish. Pewter, like other precious metals, has set standards that specify that pewter muscontain at least 92 % pure tin. But products of Oriental Pewter (Thailand) exceed the standard (92% pure tin) of the highest international standard for pewter.
Our pewter is an alloy of tin, antimony and copper 3% (Lead free), tin being the main component at 97% Tin in its pure form, whilst being the fourth most precious metal in common use (after platinum, gold and silver ) today, is too soft for practical use. Copper and antimony are therefore added as hardening agents. Our products are safe to use absolutely.
Pewter is available in a variety of finishes all ideal for the production of giftware, being highly practical and durable whilst also being easily engraved. Tin is a plentiful natural resource and tin mining has little or no impact on the environment. Tin is bright and attractive and extremely versatile.