MIMMIC GALLERY & STUDIO Pewter work / repousse / repujado / metal embossing

Pewter work also known as repousse or metal embossing is a stunning craft enjoyed by all. The pewter metal is soft and malleable and can be cut with scissors. Finished works have a patina applied to create an antique effect.
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Mimmic is a a design, teaching and manufacturing studio with a passion for creativity. We are home to the ancient craft of Repoussé, also referred to as repujado, pewter work or metal embossing.

Mimmic Note holder with Pewter filigree cut-out work by Yvonne Botha. www.mimmic.co.za

Mimmic Note holder with Pewter filigree cut-out work by Yvonne Botha…

Filigree cutout pewter work done by Mary Ann Lingenfelder. mimmic Gallery and Studio

Filigree cutout pewter work done by Mary Ann Lingenfelder. mimmic Gallery and…

Pewter hand finished with the black marker and colour method - Mary Ann Lingenfelder Mimmic Gallery and Studio

Pewter hand finished with the black marker and colour method - Mary Ann Lingenfelder Mimmic Gallery and Studio

Pewter work - Mary Ann Lingenfelder www.mimmic.co.za

Pewter work - Mary Ann Lingenfelder www.mimmic.co.za

The new wacky method of giving pewter a coloured lively look. Framed wacky kits available on Mimmic's online shop. Fun to do and child friendly. No patina used. Visit www.mimmic.co.za for more details in the shop.

The new wacky method of giving pewter a coloured lively look. Mimmic Gallery and Studio

pewter wine labels made for our various family celebrations. Mary Ann Lingenfelder. Mimmic Gallery and Studio.

pewter wine labels made for our various family celebrations. Mimmic Gallery and Studio.

The frame around the mirror and the handle were covered in small little roses. The sides were covered in a strip of pewter first and then the front and back pewter pieces were added. Mary Ann Lingenfelder www.mimmic.co.za

The frame around the mirror and the handle were covered in small little roses. The sides were covered in a strip of pewter first and then the front and back pewter pieces were added. Mary Ann Lingenfelder www.mimmic.co.za

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