We publish an illustrated Journal twice a year containing articles on pewter and its makers. Most of these articles are based on research conducted by our members. Recent Journals have included articles on early English flagons, Scottish tappit hens, pewterers who worked on Bristol Bridge and a 1758 guide to valuing pewter. Copies of the Journal are lodged in a number of libraries.
Journals, including both the current issue and back numbers, are only available to members of the Society and certain major national libraries and museums.
We also publish a newsletter twice a year. This contains reports of meetings, items of news and reports on sales of pewter.