Our hand hammered Bisotun Sertodo Copper Water Pitcher brings the ancient tradition of copper water vessels to your table. Traditionally prized for copper’s unique abilities for purification and keeping water cool, our pitcher adds elegance and health to our planet’s most precious resource.
Jonathan Beall founded Sertodo Copper in 1997. Sertodo Copper is an international cooperative of master copper artisans, with workshops in Austin, Texas USA and Santa Clara del Cobre, Michoacan Mexico. Their spirit of cooperation and creation directs their vision and growth. Jonathan is a delightful man who says, "We use 100% Recycled copper to make a product both functional and aesthetic. Our products are made to be used and to give you a lifetime of beautiful service."
Copper Care: Wash and immediately and completely dry your copper items after use to prevent spotting!
When not dried immediately, spotting can occur due to the trace amounts of chemicals in your tap water that can cause a reaction with the copper. Some people don't mind this spotting; they will actually let it build up on the cup over time into a matte patina finish that many folks find appealing.
Many people love the natural patina that occurs from letting copper age on its own.
If you prefer the original bright shine from when you first got your Sertodo Copper hand hammered products, don't worry! You can easily return them to that original condition with a quick polish. We prefer Write's Copper Polish. Wash your item with warm, soapy water and using the soft side of a sponge, polish it, wash clean and dry thoroughly. The fire and spirit of the copper will beam forth, once again!
Made in Texas and Mexico
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