ARTINA. The roots of the company are hidden in the name of ARTINA. ART - for ars, TIN - for tin and A for Austria.
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Yes! Artina only uses tin alloys with at least 95% tin. In addition, the food tolerance is checked annually by the Austrian authorities, but also by the FDA / USA (with the strictest criteria worldwide). So enjoy your drinks and food made from Artina pewter!
Use it! Pewter is not only decorative but has very special properties. Drinks, for example, stay cool longer in pewter vessels than in glasses. Try it!
In truth not! In comparison to silver, pewter does not tarnish. However, a natural patina forms over time, which underlines the character. If you don't want that,
simple clean it with a soft cloth or wash it by hand with soapy water. For more practical tips, see “Care”.
Basically yes! You can fix small scratches or dents yourself. You will find valuable information and materials in the pewter care set (Item No. 15003). Our
specialists will be happy to take care of major damage such as holes or broken lids or handles. Simply send a picture in advance so that we can provide you
with a non-binding cost estimate.
Naturally! Acidic foods such as tomatoes, oranges, vinegar, ... leave traces, however. Therefore, you should wash and dry your
serving plate immediately after the event (don't wait until the next day).
NO! Pewter requires hand washing with soapy water (without scratching aids) and immediate drying (with a soft cloth) so that no lime stains remain.
Yes, absolutely! Pewter and silver (cutlery) harmonize perfectly and are a real eye-catcher on every laid table.
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ARTINA technology enables cylinder engravings with a marking radius of 200mm in length up to a full circle. Areas of maximum 600 x 300mm are ideal for your
dedication, logo, portrait, building, coat of arms, etc.
Pewter, stainless steel, glass, wood, leather, plastic, aluminum, acrylic and cardboard are very easy to read (even with small engravings). Even hard-to-reach or
corrugated areas can be reached with laser engraving.