- We do not recommend cleaning your Ann Kary pewter in the dishwasher, but rather hand washing with warm water and mild soap. It is important to dry the pewter shortly after washing, as standing water droplets may stain the pewter if allowed to dry. The pieces do not require polishing, but can be buffed with a soft cloth to help maintain their luster. Food can be served on any of the platters and trays, and warmed in the oven up to 200 degrees Fahrenheit.
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The Ann Kary Pewter Company was founded in 1989 by an affluent Mexican family who recognized the value of high-quality Mexican handicrafts. Even today, the same family maintains special attention to all aspects of the production process, from designing the molds, to selecting only high-quality materials, to finishing the pieces with a select and experienced labor force. It is for these exacting measures that each piece of Ann Kary pewter will surely make a welcome addition to any home, providing an elegant highlight at meals both large and small.
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All Ann Kary pewter pieces are lead free and made of 95% recycled aluminum and 5% zinc. The malleable aluminum is combined with zinc to add the necessary hardness to the finished product, while the brilliant, lustered finish is the result of meticulous hand polishing.
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2011-12-08 The order I placed 3 days ago on December 5 arrived this afternoon in only 3 days!.
"The order I placed 3 days ago on December 5 arrived this afternoon in only 3 days!. I am amazed at the fast service! I've seen it take this long for something to go across town, let alone from Colorado to Indianapolis! AND I am even more amazed at the beauty and quality of the Ann Kary pewter 'English salad bowl with matching serving pieces'!! I had not seen any of that particular company's work, so I couldn't wait to open the box and see it. I could not be more pleased and satisfied with both the quality of the merchandise and the efficiency with which it was handled. You definitely have a repeat customer here."
Karen M.; Indianapolis, IN
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