Getting started

When using copper bottles for the first time, it is highly recommended to follow these steps carefully. Simply wash the utensils with warm water and mild soap, rinse them thoroughly to remove any soap residue, and dry them completely with a soft, clean cloth.

Yes, due to the fact that it is mostly handmade, there may be some imperfections, but they are generally minor and insignificant. Please contact us directly if you need more information

No, copper is one of the best conductors of heat and in order to make bottles insulated, it would require lining of a different material which we defeat the purpose of getting benefits of consuming stored water out of copper bottle. So, it is not possible to have it insulated.

Copper utensils are safe to use on gas, electric, and ceramic cooktops. However, they should not be used on induction cooktops, as copper is not a magnetic material.

To clean copper utensils, start by washing them with warm water and mild soap. Avoid using abrasive cleaners, as they can damage the copper. You can also use a mixture of vinegar and salt to remove any tarnish or stains. Simply mix equal parts of white vinegar and salt in a bowl and apply the mixture to the copper surface with a soft cloth. Rub gently until the stains are removed and then rinse with warm water. To maintain the shine of the copper, you can also use a copper cleaner or polish, following the manufacturer's instructions.

No, it is not recommended to use copper utensils in a microwave oven. Copper is a highly conductive metal, which means that it can cause electrical arcing in a microwave and potentially damage the appliance or cause a fire.

Copper utensils can last for many years if they are properly maintained and cared for. The lifespan of copper utensils can depend on factors such as the quality of the copper, the frequency of use, and the maintenance routine. Regular cleaning, polishing, and lining maintenance can help extend the lifespan of copper utensils.

Copper utensils should be stored in a dry and cool place to prevent tarnishing. You can also wrap them in a soft cloth or paper to prevent scratches. Avoid storing copper utensils in humid areas or near sources of heat.

Copper utensils are not recommended for use in the dishwasher, as the harsh detergents and high temperatures can cause damage to the copper. Instead, it is recommended to wash copper utensils by hand using warm water and mild soap.


The shipping charges are as follows:

Orders above$89: Free shipping (in 2-10 business days)

Orders below $89 standard shipping: $8.99 (in 2-10 business days)

Any order on express shipping: $14.99 (in 1-5 business days)

Yes, we have a 30 day money back guarentee on all our products.

Merchandise that is unworn and in the original packaging can be returned within 30 days with the packing slip included with the product. Please our return policy here.