About the copper mini pitcher
For dollhouses, Barbie kitchen sets, tiny cooking hobbies or just hang on the Christmas tree, kitchen wall.
Rustic copper miniature vintage pitcher. Promising to introduce a little magic to your home. And can’t get enough of the opulent gold and copper tones that catch the light throughout the day.
These small jugs will look just as ravishing displayed on your kitchen shelf as it does at your dining table, kids’s room, Barbie dollhouse, nursery it is a brilliant talking point for all to adore. A marvelous ornament in itself, this is wonderfully unique an oh-so practical, it would make the perfect housewarming gift!
Hand-finished from %100 copper with artisan methods to capture an incredible level of detail.
If, like us, you love to fill your home with eclectic designs and one-of-a-kind treasures then this one is for you!
More than any other metal, copper has the longest and richest historical connection with humans.
Lovely vintage miniature cooper Dollhouse furniture. Decorative doll miniature collectible kitchen accessories. Christmas tree ornament.
Weight: 25 gr. This item not comparable with light and thin alternatives, it has more than double weight.
Diameter: 3 cm / 1.18”
Height: 4 cm / 1.57"
*Because each piece is individually handmade, there may be slight variations.
Made in EU
Artisan technique of miniature copper cookware production:
We use both method for creating our items: mostly spinning on a lathe or forming in a press.
Spinning copper begins with a blank disc of metal, which is set on a lathe next to the chuck. A form that determines the size and shape of the pot. As the lathe spins, the copper is pressed with a roller that gradually bends it over the form until the metal has taken on the desired shape. We use ideal thickness to give the feel to our items as usual artisan copper cookware, which are relatively thick and therefore harder to bend. The roller's pressure and speed are controlled manually, requires training and skill.
The seam can be seen on the side and around the bottom of this copper item. Such seams are not a reflection of quality—very good copper items can have them.
You're also likely to encounter copper pots and pans with hammer marks on them after pressing or spinning.
Mostly, the brass handle is mounted with copper rivets, heated until softened, and then hammered into place. With each hammer blow, the metal hardens a little more. By the time the rivet is nice and tight, the metal is also hard enough to keep the handle in place.
The final step is to line the inside of the (some) item traditionally with tin and polishing.