I love this cup! It is well made and beautiful. My husband is an exploration geologist and we live and die by cooper! I feel that this will be a heirloom I will pass this beautiful quality piece as well as the civil war cup and the beautiful copper ashtray that your craftsman have made down to my son!
This is the same versatile American-made copper cup we’ve been making since James Monroe was President (seriously), and it’s still a prized favorite. Customers from coast-to-coast use our copper cup not only for their favorite beverages but as a one-of-a-kind decorative piece in their kitchen. It’s the perfect historic addition to your home that will be appreciated by your children and great grandchildren when it gets passed on. So go ahead – get your very own copper cup made in the USA, and join the Jacob Bromwell® tradition.
ENGRAVING AVAILABLE for additional $150. There is a 30 Character Limit; type your desired engraving into the Order Notes section during checkout.
GIFT BOX AVAILABE for additional $75.
Copper 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. It's a passion our company is unwilling to give up.
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.
Copper will never rust. Copper is resistant to corrosion and will never rust. If left untreated, the copper finish will naturally oxidize and age beautifully. You can polish it up to restore its shiny finish, or let it earn a beautiful patina.
Product care: Hand wash only. Do not place in dishwasher.
Dimensions and weight: 5 x 3.5 x 5.5 (inches), 1.50 (pounds).
Minor cosmetic imperfections may occur. Small imperfections are a natural part of the handmade process and lend charm, depth, and individuality to each piece.