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Pewter Ingots

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PEWTER INGOT 4 LBS.


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offer US $29.99

New pewter four button ingots from the NEY foundry with the initials ENT stamped on the back. Approximate weight on each ingot is 4 pounds 5 ounces. I checked with the foundry and their spec sheet says these are 98% tin with trace of copper, silver and bismuth in them (the ENT stamp is the spec).




5 lbs. Pewter And Silver Metal Casting Ingots


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offer US $100.00

5 lbs of lead free real pewter casting ingots,not the junk white metal being sold as pewter or worse yet being called "pewter like". We add no zinc or other nonesential metals.High tin is the name of the game and zinc is known to cause shrinkage in the mold thus you loose detail.They are three inches long making them easy to work with.Federal Trade Commission guidlines clearly state that for an alloy to be called pewter it must be at minimum 90% tin.You get what you pay for and this is a quality casting alloy that makes nice jewelry,soldiers,chess sets,and figurines.The ingots are about three inches long as seen in the photo.The actual composition of this utectic alloy is 92% tin,7% antimony and 1 % silver which gives a nice luster to your casting..This is a low melting temperature alloy and because it is utectic will melt around 450 degrees F and can be best worked around 600-650 F.




Pewter casting metal ingots 5.5 lbs silicone RTV cast


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offer US $49.00

Ostercast W3 pewter ingots, weighing 5lbs 5oz each. 8 3/4" long x 1 1/2" tall x 2" wide. I bought for spin casting and drop casting into silicone molds and have too much sitting here so I'm selling at a good price!

92% Tin, 4% lead, 4% antimony with a low melting temp of about 450 degrees F and casting temp around 500 degrees. The small 4% lead is great for reducing pinholing on figures and sculptures. The lead is nothing to fear, cast with proper ventilation. DO NOT USE PEWTER WITH LEAD FOR CULINARY PURPOSES! Do be wary of pewter with cadmium, this is poisionous when melted!





1 lbs. Pewter With Silver Metal Casting Ingots


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offer US $23.00

1 lbs of real pewter casting ingots,not the junk white metal being sold as pewter or worse yet being called "pewter like". We add no zinc or other nonesential metals.High tin is the name of the game and zinc is known to cause shrinkage in the mold thus you loose detail.They are three inches long making them easy to work with.Federal Trade Commission guidlines clearly state that for an alloy to be called pewter it must be at minimum 90% tin.You get what you pay for and this is a quality casting alloy that makes nice jewelry,soldiers,chess sets,and figurines.The ingots are about three inches long as seen in the photo.The actual composition of this utectic alloy is 92% tin,7% antimony and 1 % silver..This is a low melting temperature alloy and because it is utectic will melt around 450 degrees F and can be best worked around 600-650 F


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