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  • n. articles made from pewter


pewter +‎ -ware (Wiktionary)


  • Furniture and house decor testified to rising bourgeois wealth, to economic and cultural change: chairs; cupboards, dressers, and sideboards that supported gold, silver, and pewterware and held supplies of table and bed linens, laces, and brocades; canopied four-poster beds; and mirrors and paintings.

    B. Early Modern Europe, 1479-1815

  • He sat on a proper chair, ate at an iron table set with pewterware and read from his library in the evening while sipping fine wine.

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