Nestled on a small island in the Laurentian village of Val-David, Quebec, master-craftsman Antoine Chaudron maintains his family pewterware workshop: Atelier Bernard Chaudron. Handcrafted with traditional techniques, Chaudron pewterware is often hammered, engraved, embossed or cast with a hammered or polished finish (intricate pieces feature engraved textures or renderings of nature). These pieces bear the Chaudron touchmark, a unique calling card of a master metalsmith, and single items often blossom into personal collections over time.
Chaudron pewterware meets all North American standards of safety and purity. All items are non-toxic, food safe and will never tarnish; instead the metal will age attractively and evenly. Chaudron pewterwork spans everything from oil lamps to home accents, from serving platters to candleholders. A true Canadian master, Antoine Chaudron carries on his family tradition of handcrafted beauty and function.