Here’s another window, this time inside Amos Pewter, in Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia. Whenever I bring someone to the south shore, we typically stop here. It’s a unique shop as they design and manufacture the pewter right in the store. There’s usually someone working in the back, pouring pewter into moulds and explaining the process. The end result is beautiful.
It’s always a treat to see craftspeople at work in a world full of machine-made, mass manufactured crap.