Precious metal that transcends time and space
Each Royal Selangor piece exudes an elegant sculptural presence derived from the softness and versatility of pewter, fashioned in a variety of finishes.
Our high-quality cast pewter consists of 92% to 97% tin, which is the highest international standard for pewter, with a small proportion of copper and antimony added to strengthen the alloy.
Versatile and malleable
Long lasting, easy to clean and maintain
Does not tarnish or corrode easily
Responsibly sourced tin
FDA-compliant, food safe, and lead-free
Available in various finishes
Keeps your drinks cool for longer
Some designs offer space for personalisation
A Royal Selangor piece exudes an elegant sculptural presence derived from the softness and versatility of pewter which is fashioned in a variety of finishes – a traditional soft satin lustre, a dazzling brilliance that rivals silver or a subdued ‘antique’ finish.
Royal Selangor high quality cast pewter consists of 92% to 97% tin, with a small proportion of copper and antimony added to strengthen the alloy – the highest international standard for pewter. It is heavier and stronger than spun pewter. When struck gently, it produces a resonant sound.
Benefits of Pewterware
Our FDA compliant products are exported to Europe, USA, Australia and Japan.
Depending on the finish, pewter can be cleaned using two major methods:
- Wash in warm soapy water, rinse thoroughly and dry immediately with soft flannel.
- Polish as silver, with a good brand of silver polish and soft flannel.
Pewter drinkware is able to preserve the ideal temperatures of hot or cold drinks for longer periods of time.
While most metal surfaces dull over a period of time, pewter does not tarnish or corrode easily. Instead it develops a pleasing subdued tone unique to the metal over time and with use.
Pewter swarf at the factory is collected and melted to be used in producing new pewter products.
PEFC-certified wood is harvested from sustainably managed forests that adhere to the highest ecological, social and ethical standards. Founded in 1999, The Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) is an international non-profit, non-governmental organisation dedicated to promoting Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) through independent third-party certification. With 42 endorsed national certification systems and around 300 million hectares of certified forests, PEFC is the world’s largest forest certification system.