All of the items are made from pewter, which is a blend of tin and copper that’s bound with an agent called antimony. A key difference between these items and traditional pewter collectibles is that Crosby & Taylor’s pewter is meant to be used, not just displayed (contemporary pewter is lead-free and food safe).
Deborah reached out to us after she read about Daily Grommet in the New York Times and wrote a blog post explaining why her company would make a great Grommet. After getting to know Deborah and the work of Crosby & Taylor, we had to agree. Her family-friendly business is helping to preserve a centuries-old craft, while infusing it with a contemporary, original vibe. We love the whimsy, the practicality and the superb craftsmanship.