The Trinity knot work mechanical pocket watch from Mullingar Pewter is a unique gift for the Irish man. A throwback to a slower time, this beautiful pocket watch combines two distinct features. Intricate Celtic Trinity knot work provides a sophisticated look. Open the cover not only for the time, but a mesmerizing view of the pocket watch's inner workings.
• Crafted from genuine pewter and guaranteed lead-free
• Mechanical, no battery needed, and the inner mechanics of the watch are visible
• Adorned with traditional Celtic Trinity knot work
• Elegantly presented in a Mullingar giftbox
• Measures 2" in diameter with a 14" chain
• Made by Mullingar Pewter
• Imported from Mullingar, County Westmeath, Ireland
Did You Know? The history of Irish pewter goes back about 800 years. Originally, pewter would only be found in the king's castle and the homes of the wealthy. By the 18th century, however, its use spread to taverns and cottages. About the only thing that has changed in pewter manufaturing over those hundreds of years is the materials. Originally, pewter was manufactured form lead and tin. Today, the raw materials are 95% tin and the rest is copper and antimony. Mullingar pewter is guaranteed lead-free.
About the Artists. The Irish men and women in Mullingar Pewter's workshop in County Westmeath, Ireland, create their extensive line of fine pewter gifts according to the highest standards and using traditional methods. The ancient craft of pewter making was revived by Mullingar Pewter in 1974. Their pieces are made by craftsmen specially trained to perform the old casting methods, meticulous assembly, and delicate hand finishing, skills that take years to acquire.