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Hand Hammered Copper Bottle Flask
  • Hand Hammered Copper Bottle Flask

    Proudly made in India

    • Product Specification

      Introducing our Hand-Hammered Copper Bottle – a work of art that blends craftsmanship with functionality. With a generous 950 ml capacity, this bottle not only quenches your thirst but also delivers the numerous benefits of copper. The hand-hammered texture adds a touch of elegance to your hydration routine.

      Made from high-quality copper, this carafe showcases a unique hammered texture that adds a touch of elegance and sophistication to any space. Designed with both style and functionality in mind, bottle flask features a graceful, ergonomic shape that fits comfortably in your hand. 

      The copper material not only enhances the carafe's aesthetic appeal but also serves a practical purpose. Copper is known for its excellent thermal conductivity, ensuring your favorite beverages stay refreshingly cool throughout the night. The carafe also includes a matching set of glasses, carefully crafted to complement its elegant design.


      length - 28 cm, base dia, 7 cm, 24 cm 

      Total weight approx: 300 gm

      Care Instructions:

      • Hand Wash Only: Preserve the integrity of your copper bottle by hand washing it with mild soap and lukewarm water.
      • Avoid Abrasives: Refrain from using abrasive cleaners or brushes to maintain the hand-hammered finish.
      • Natural Patina: Embrace the natural patina that develops over time, enhancing the character of your copper bottle.
      • Lemon Rinse: Revitalize your bottle's shine by occasionally rinsing it with a solution of water and lemon juice.
      • Dry Thoroughly: After washing, ensure your copper bottle is completely dry to prevent tarnishing.



      Never allow the copper to air-dry with water droplets. It can result in water stains or tarnish from the reaction of the minerals in the water. Always wipe them before air drying.

      Never over do copper water intake. An intake of copper bottle stored water twice is more than enough. Allow the bottle to remain dry in between.


    • Care

      Caring for copper products is essential to maintain their beauty and longevity. Here are some general guidelines to help you care for your handmade copper carafe and other copper items:

      • Handwashing: Wash your copper products by hand using mild dish soap and warm water. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or scrub brushes that can scratch the surface. After washing, rinse thoroughly to remove any soap residue.

      • Avoid harsh chemicals: Copper is sensitive to certain chemicals, so it's important to avoid using harsh cleaners or acidic substances such as bleach, vinegar, or lemon juice. These can damage the copper finish and cause discoloration.

      • Gentle drying: After washing, gently dry the copper products with a soft cloth or towel to prevent water spots and mineral deposits. Avoid air drying, as it can lead to water stains.

      • Polish regularly: Over time, copper develops a natural patina that adds character and depth to its appearance. If you prefer to maintain the bright, shiny look of your copper products, periodic cleaning is required with regular easily found pitambari powder. After polishing, rinse and dry instantly & thoroughly.

      • Avoid direct heat exposure: Copper is sensitive to heat, so it's best to avoid exposing your copper products to direct flames or high temperatures. This can cause the copper to warp or discolor.

      • Storage: When not in use, store your copper items in a dry, cool place to prevent humidity and moisture from affecting them. You can wrap them in soft cloth or tissue paper to provide additional protection.

      • Handle with care: Copper is a soft metal that can be easily scratched or dented. Take care when handling your copper products and avoid banging or dropping them.

      Remember, proper care and maintenance will help preserve the beauty and quality of your copper items. By following these guidelines, your handmade copper carafe and other copper products will continue to enhance your living space for years to come.

    • Benefits of drinking from Copper Utensils

      Drinking water from copper utensils is believed to offer several potential benefits. While some claims are based on traditional practices and anecdotal evidence, scientific research is ongoing to understand the extent of these benefits. Here are some potential advantages associated with drinking water from copper utensils:

      • Antimicrobial properties: Copper has antimicrobial properties, meaning it can help kill or inhibit the growth of microorganisms like bacteria and viruses. This property is especially relevant for water stored in copper utensils, as it may help prevent the growth of harmful bacteria.

      • Antioxidant properties: Copper is known to possess antioxidant properties, which can help neutralize harmful free radicals in the body. Antioxidants play a role in reducing oxidative stress and inflammation, which are associated with various health conditions.

      • Mineral supplementation: Copper is an essential mineral required by the body for proper functioning. Drinking water stored in copper utensils may contribute to the dietary intake of copper, helping maintain adequate levels of this mineral.

      • Digestive health: Copper is believed to support the digestive system by stimulating the production of digestive enzymes. It is also thought to help cleanse and detoxify the stomach, aiding in the elimination of toxins.

      • Joint health: Copper is involved in the synthesis of collagen, a key component of connective tissues and cartilage. Some people believe that drinking water from copper utensils can support joint health and help alleviate symptoms of arthritis and inflammation.

      It's important to note that while these potential benefits exist, they should be viewed as complementary to a balanced and healthy lifestyle. Drinking water from copper utensils should not be considered a standalone treatment for any specific health condition. Furthermore, excessive intake of copper can be harmful, so it's crucial to maintain a balanced approach

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