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                    About                                 Compass                                                                             Jan Steen Ewer
                                                                                                                                        Often seen in paintings by
         Compass Classics
                                                          Classics                                                                      Dutch artist Jan Steen.
                                                                                                                                        Features hinged lids on vessel

         ompass Classics has earned an                                                                                                  and pouring spout. 9” tall.
         excellent reputation for the historical   Museum Quality Reproductions
         accuracy of its wares. Our

meticulously crafted products closely replicate         & Decorative Arts                    n September of 1648 the Dutch East                                          Round Charger,
the form and function of their historical                                                    India ship, the Utrecht, was sunk                                              UT-28
                                                                                             during an engagement with the                                           A large serving dish worthy
counterparts. Our wares have been used by                                                                                                                            of the Captain’s table. 14.75”
museums, films, and grace homes across North                                      Portuguese ship, Nossa Senhora Do Rosario, off
America and Europe.                                                               the coast of Brazil. The Utrecht and another
                                                                                  Dutch ship, the Huys Nassau, attacked the
By combining the skills of Old World
                                                    Pewter Catalogue              Rosario in an attempt to board and capture it.
craftsmanship and our historical research, we                                     The captain of the Rosario, following orders
can offer a wide array of historical                                              not to allow his vessel to fall into enemy hands,
reproductions with the accuracy and aesthetic                                     blew up his ship. The explosion also sank the
qualities your customers desire.                                                  Utrecht and damaged the Nassau.

Our production capabilities allow us to provide                                   The archaeological findings from this ship
our products at wholesale. If you have a                                          represent the largest collection of pewter
business which sells quality historical                                           artifacts found on a shipwreck. We have
reproductions, Compass Classics would like                                        selected a group of the most popular and
the opportunity to help you chart your course                                     interesting of these pewter and brass artifacts
to our unique product lines.                                                      to be reproduced.
                                                                                                                                                Two Handled Porringer, UT-1
                                                                                                           Pewter Beaker,                Features pierced handles in shape of fleur de lis. 5”
                                                                                                           UT-3, 5” tall.               diameter.

   Contact us at:                                                                                          Brass Candlestick,                         Slip End Spoon, UT-2
                                                                                                           UT-30, 8.25” tall.           Faceted handle with angled terminus. 6.75” long
   PH: 757-487-1704                                                                                                                                    Trifid Spoon, UT-10
                                                                                                           Brass Navigation Dividers,
   FAX: 757-487-9748                                                                                                                    Trifid style terminus to handle and rat tail reinforcement
                                                                                                           UT-29, 5” long.
   Email:                                                                                                       to the bowl. 5.25” long.

                                                                                                                                                         Salt Dish, UT-25                                                      Amsterdam Flagon, UT-5                                Pedestal style salt dish to dispense salt on the Captain’s
                                                                                  Features a hinged lid, approx. One quart              table. 4.25” tall
                                                   Bringing History to Life       capacity, 8” tall.
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                                       Fine Pewter Reproductions - 17th through 19th Century                                                                                                              William and Mary Coronation Vessels
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Circa 1688.


     English / European Two-Handle Porringer,
                                                             English Pint Balluster Tankard, circa 1760 - 1820. P63B.
     Early 17th Century. VA10.
     One handle stamped “N C G” based on example in                                                                                  Round Side Plate, circa 1600-1800. P75.
                                                             English Pint Tankard, circa 1750 - 1830. P34B.
     Victoria and Albert Museum Collection.                                                                                          6.75" diameter.
     English Balluster Top Spoon, circa 1550-1630.
                                                                                                                                     Round Dinner Plate, circa 1600-1800. P238.
                                                                                                                                     10" diameter.
     Classic fig-shaped bowl with balluster terminus to
     handle. Touchmarks stamped inside bowl.

                                                                                                                                                                    Scalloped Edge Charger,
                                                                                                                                                                    circa 1680 - 1800.
                                                                                                                                                                    17.25” long x 12” wide
                                                           European / American Beaker, circa 1750 - 1800. P5C.
                                                           Common style of beaker used in the Old World and New. 4.5" tall.

                                                           Swiss / German Flagon, circa 1750 - 1800. P154B.
     Old English Style Porringers, Circa 1680 - 1800       Called a “Bauchkanne.” Features ram’s head on the lid and dual                                                                           Reproduction tankard and beaker beautifully decorated
     P159A (1-Handle), P159 B (2-Handles)                  acorn thumbpiece. Very similar to mid-late 17th C. flagons. 9" tall.    Oval Charger,                                                    in a style of engraving called wriggle work. Features portrait
     These porringers were a common type produced in                                                                               circa 1650 - 1800.                                               of King William the III and Queen Mary with the lion

     both England and America. They are available in                                                                               P102B                                                            and unicorn of the British coat of arms. Based on artifacts
     one and two handled varieties.                                                                                                17.25” long x 12.5” wide                                         in the Victoria and Albert Museum of London.

                                                                                                                                                                                                    VA7 W&M Coronation Tankard, 6.5” tall.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    VA3 W&M Coronation Beaker, 6.75” tall.
                                                                                                                                               John Somers Pewter

                                                                                                                                   JS Pewter of Brazil makes some of the best historical
                                                                                                                                   pewter reproductions in the world. Meticulous care
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Compass Classics
                                                                                                                                   is taken so that each piece is a faithful, museum
                                                              English Candlestick, circa 1670-1690. VA2.                           quality replica of a period artifact. Many pieces are
     Late Stuart Period, English

                                                              Reproduction of candlestick in the Victoria and Albert               based on artifacts in the JS Pewter collection. Each
     Tankard, circo 1670-1690.
                                                              Museum Collection. 6.5" tall.
     P194.                                                                                                                         lead-free pewter replica bears the maker’s marks
     Pint-sized tankard featuring                                                                                                  shown below.
                                                              French Candlestick, circa 1670-1710. VA6.
     hinged lid, triple cusp
                                                              Reproduction of candlestick in the Victoria and Albert
                                                              Museum Collection. Features Octagonal base. 6" tall.

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