Stieff Pewter Creamer, American Pewter Guild, Pitcher, Jug, Colonial Decor
A charming pewter creamer by Stieff. This has the APC mark which was the mark of the American Pewter Guild.
The Guild was created in 1958. Fine pewter is made of Antimony, Tin & Copper ( contains no lead). This mark is similar to having Sterling on fine silver. It's pattern number is P37 20. It would look wonderful on a table, buffet, or sideboard. It could also be used as a small vase.
As the price of silver started to have great fluctuation and start to wane in popularity, Stieff looked for other ways to shape metal and create profit. In the 1950’s and early 1960’s American home fashion was both embracing the modern style and looking back to a resurgence of Colonial decor. Pewter had been a great part of life in Colonial America and it’s popularity was growing. Stieff’s venture into pewter was whole hearted. Dozens of styles started coming out of the Stieff workrooms. Colonial Williamsburg asked Stieff to create a line of pewter products that would be recreations of colonial items.
4¼ inches in height
3 inches in diameter
4½ inches from handle to spout
This creamer is in excellent condition. There are no dents or deep scratches. It does have the scratching and rubbing from years of service.
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