What is pewter?
Pewter is an alloy of tin, antimony, and copper.
Wait - I though pewter had lead in it?
Early pewter was made with some lead, which gave it the traditional gray color. Contemporary pewter used for serving pieces and baby items are alloyed without lead for safety.
Are these measuring spoons accurate?
Yes. We calibrate our spoons to measure accurately to U.S. standards.
Are your spoons safe for babies?
Yes. Every production run we make is tested by a certified, third party laboratory to ensure the quality and safety outlined by the Consumer Safety Protection Commission.
Do you replace missing spoons?
Yes, contact us with the size and style of your spoon, and we can replace it. Prices range from $8.50 - $23. Don’t worry, you aren’t the only one that put a spoon down the disposal.
Can you do custom work?
Yes - it’s a lot of fun! Depending on the complexity of the item, minimum runs are generally 250 pcs. Contact us to talk about your project.
Do you have a store?
No, but we open our doors for studio sales from time to time. Please sign up on our mailing list for notifications.
What kind of cat do you have?
ORANGE! THE BEST KIND!!!
Can I see a picture?
Follow us on Instagram, and you might catch a glimpse of him in action.