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16oz. Raised Copper Mug

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All items are handmade to order.  Please allow for slight variation in the character of each piece.  

16oz. Raised Copper Mug

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16oz. Raised Copper Mug

300.00

These beautiful mugs are handmade using traditional metalsmithing techniques. Formed from a single sheet of copper through a process known as raising, the metal is hammered in a way that raises up the walls of the mugs. This is a very labor intensive process as the walls can only be brought up so much with each successive course of hammering. Once the desired shape is reached, I roll the edge back down to give it a smooth lip. The handle is forged from a round, thick copper rod and then riveted to the body of the mug. A hand rubbed patina gives the exterior of the mugs an antiqued appearance that will only deepen with time. 
 

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Copper mugs make excellent serving cups for special occasions or for everyday use. With a 16 ounce capacity, they will hold a full beer, a large cocktail, or even just a big cup of water. Perfect for a traditional Moscow Mule.

These mugs are made to order in my studio in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; please allow at least a 6 weeks to produce the pieces. Any amount of mugs can be produced, please specify a quantity with the order.

These mugs are unlined raw copper on the inside. Copper will react with any strongly acidic liquid and produce a mild toxin over time. Never drink or store acidic liquids in a raw copper. The inside should be kept clean and brightly scrubbed, though you will scratch and remove the patina if the exterior is scrubbed. Handwash only, dishwashers are to aggressive and will harm the patina.