America's earliest settlers did not have the luxury of modern thermoses to keep their beverages ice cold or warm to their liking. But they did have The Little Sipper, a staple made by Jacob Bromwell® artisans since 1819. Small in size but not in stature, this exclusive little cup is crafted entirely by hand from pure copper, and is renowned for its quality and durability. It's amazing how it keeps cold drinks chilled for ages, as well as hot drinks, such as cocoa, warmed on those winter nights in front of the old roaring fireplace. In addition to its beauty, its strong, sturdy metal will last for generations. Bottoms up, and let's hear it for The Little Sipper!
ENGRAVING AVAILABLE for additional $150. 30 Character Limit; type your desired engraving into the Order Notes section during checkout.
GIFT BOX AVAILABLE for additional $75.
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 16 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 ensures your product is food and beverage safe.
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: 3 x 3.5 x 3 (inches), 1.10 (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.