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Pewter maker is diversifying into pottery

DANFORTH PEWTER CEO Bram Kleppner stands inside the former railroad warehouse at 53 Seymour St. that will soon be renovated to host a pottery enterprise operated by Danforth. The company’s plans include marrying pewter with pottery for a new variety of utilitarian and decorative items. Independent photo/Steve James

Danforth Pewter CEO Bram Kleppner sometimes gets asked to describe how the Middlebury company’s artisans are able to fashion bowls, mugs and other holloware out of metal.

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