Oster Pewter

At what temperature does pewter melt?

Pewter is an alloy, or a combination of metals, each of which has a different melting point. Pewter begins to soften at 471 F (244 C) and becomes fully molten at around 563 F (295 C). Casting temperatures are generally above this level to ensure the molten material fills whatever cavity entirely before it begins to solidify, and range from 600 to 645 Degrees F(316-330 D Celsius).