Take a good look at your new most cherished drinking vessel! Copper is a natural insulator and keeps your drinks colder longer, which is one of the reasons our copper cup has been such a popular item of ours since James Madison was President (seriously). Today, our 100% handmade Collector's Copper Cup is an exact replica of that original, with an FDA-approved tin lining that allows you to safely enjoy any beverage, even acidic ones, just as pioneers and settlers did nearly 200 years ago. This copper cup is the ultimate way to toast America’s rich history, one satisfyingly cool sip at a time.
- A Jacob Bromwell product is an investment for life. Copper is sky-high on the commodities market today, and there are up to five red-blooded American workers involved in the creation of this copper masterpiece. Every step in our unique manufacturing process is still done by hand.
- A Jacob Bromwell original design. Bromwell is the original manufacturer of these quality copper cups! Other companies may imitate the original Bromwell design. None are made as well, and none have the history to back them up.
- Both decorative and functional. Our copper cup holds roughly 28 fluid ounces and will stay in your family for generations.
- Made of pure, solid copper and features our proprietary hot-tinned interior. Considered to be a long lost art, hot-tinning is a manufacturing process pioneered by Jacob Bromwell® nearly 200 years ago. As a highly-skilled, labor-intensive process, we take sheets of tin and apply it through a process of heating directly to the copper. Hot-tinning makes each piece unique and historically-correct to the original design, and also ensures that your product is FDA approved and 100% food and beverage safe.
- Product care: Hand wash only. Do not place in dishwasher.
- This product is guaranteed for life. Your purchase is backed by our 100% Lifetime Guarantee, so you can buy with confidence.
- It's proudly made in America. Still made in the USA, even after all these years. Buy American and save jobs.
Minor cosmetic imperfections may occur. Small imperfections are a natural part of the handmade process and lend charm, depth, and individuality to each piece.