Tennessee Pewter

Address: 16030 Highway 64 Somerville, TN 38068 Contact Email: info@tnpewter.com Phone: (901) 465-2609 Fax: (901) 465-2610
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Tennessee Pewter, crafters of fine handmade pewter, builds its reputation upon solid craftsmanship and quality. Begun in 1973, Tennessee Pewter artisans chose West Tennessee as its home after searching New England for the right location. After vigorous training with some of the finest pewter craftsmen, the experienced pewtersmiths began producing a full line of beautiful handcrafted items. Our passion for crafting individual pieces of sophisticated beauty has only increased over the years. While we are rooted in tradition, we always stay in touch with trends as we seek to create tomorrow's heirlooms. This commitment to excellence has made Tennessee Pewter a well-known, revered company. You can find out pewter gracing tables throughout the South and in fine tableware stores, jewelry stores and gift boutiques from coast to coast. Our mission is to preserve the natural beauty of pewter. In a world of commercialism, Tennessee Pewter is rooted in the fine art of crafting pewter into unique pieces. Our pewter is 100 percent lead-free, with special care given to the polishing and buffing process to achieve the perfect finish. Tennessee Pewter is guaranteed to please the most discriminating buyer.


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City: Somerville, TN
Region: West Tennessee
Subregion: Memphis & Surrounding Areas

Hours Open:
Hours Tuesday-Saturday, Closed Sunday and Monday




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