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The palette was subtle, soothing, tone-on-tone neutrals: gray, beige, brown, pewter, and cream, with contrasts of black and silver.
Rae's makeup artist had many metals to choose from — there's silver, gold, pewter, and copper beads in the star's gown — when creating this look.
Pair curvy pewter and ironstone or ceramic tureens with leggy candlesticks and tiny gourds (which happen to make sweet bottle stoppers).
The only difference is that it's now made of stainless steel rather than pewter, as the original model made by Sims.
The model incorporates polyurethane prototyping resin, stainless steel, and pewter metal to craft an engine and gearbox that the most technical aficionado will geek out over.
Beautiful and comfortable rooms are wrapped in off-white walls and have pewter accents, rich wood, white bedding, and violet lamps.
Other stalls could feature leathercraft and woodcraft, artisans making wax candles, or jewelry and table settings from silver, copper, and pewter.
Along with house tours, the day featured crafts sales and demonstrations by woodcarver Jim Easton, tinsmith Lance Kozikowski, and by Murray Newton, who works in both wood and pewter, among others.
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Origin and Etymology of pewter
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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