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House Copper & Cookware LLC


Category

cook + bakeware
1369 Port Washington Rd
#361
Grafton WI 53024
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www.housecopper.com
Email general company email

Phone: 262-235-3070
Fax:
TollFree:

Non-US Contact

Sara Dahmen

Public Relations VP/Director/Manager

Alexander Ferguson

US Contact

Sara Dahmen

House Copper & Cookware is a family owned and operated cookware manufacturer located in Wisconsin. I ... more
This company has products Made In the USA

Photos & Videos:


Videos
  • Making Cast Iron Skillets: American-Made, Hand Poured, How Cast Iron is Made
  • Tinning Copper Cookware: Hot Forge Tinning Copper
  • How To Season Cast Iron: Seasoning Raw Cast Iron over Open Fire
  • Cooking with Stainless Steel Copper Pots vs Tin Lined Copper Pots
  • Refurbishing and Re-Tinning Copper Cookware
  • Cooking in Tin Lined or Stainless Steel Lined Copper Cookware
  • Copper and Tin Flux and Soldering Options
  • How and Why I Started Making Cookware
  • How to use a Grooving Machine
  • Copper Cookware Repairs
  • Cleaning Copper Cookware Before Tinning
  • Tinning Copper Cookware Process and Visual
Pure Copper Cookware - All-American copper cookware, hand-tinned interior, ductile iron handles, pure copper riveting. The cookware is spun in CDA122, .060, .090, or .125 gauge pure phosphorous de-oxidized copper and tinned by old-fashioned hand wiping methods.
Copper Bowl - Solid 3mm pure heavy weight copper bowl. Made 100% in America. Copper handle hand-hammered by an American Vietnam Veteran.
Copper Skillet - Solid 3mm pure copper skillet, with hand-wiped tin interior and ductile iron handle. Made 100% in America by the only female coppersmith in the States.
Cast Iron Skillets - Hand poured, hand sanded and hand-seasoned cast iron cookware, available in pre-seasoned or raw-oiled. Poured in grey iron, available in 8", 100% made in the USA.
Hand-Thrown Ceramics - Stoneware bowls, crocks, pie plates and spoon rests. All hand-formed and hand-thrown in Wisconsin. 4 bowls/various sizes available. Clay is sourced in America.
Pure Maple Spoons - 100% American maple wood, untreated, made in Indiana to our specifications. Spoons can be purchased separately or as trios. Available in 9.5", 10" and 11" sizes.
100% Cotton Dish Towels - Double washed, pre-shrunk, 100% cotton dishtowls manufactured in New York to our specifications. Six (6) different designs available separately or as trios. Custom work available.
Photos
  • All-American copper cookware, hand-tinned interior, ductile iron handles, pure copper riveting.  The cookware is spun in CDA122, .060, .090, or .125 gauge pure phosphorous de-oxidized copper and tinned by old-fashioned hand wiping methods.
  • Solid 3mm pure heavy weight copper bowl. Made 100% in America. Copper handle hand-hammered by an American Vietnam Veteran.
  • Solid 3mm pure copper skillet, with hand-wiped tin interior and ductile iron handle. Made 100% in America by the only female coppersmith in the States.
  • Hand poured, hand sanded and hand-seasoned cast iron cookware, available in pre-seasoned or raw-oiled.  Poured in grey iron, available in 8
  • Stoneware bowls, crocks, pie plates and spoon rests.  All hand-formed and hand-thrown in Wisconsin.  4 bowls/various sizes available.  Clay is sourced in America.
  • 100% American maple wood, untreated, made in Indiana to our specifications.  Spoons can be purchased separately or as trios.  Available in 9.5
  • Double washed, pre-shrunk, 100% cotton dishtowls manufactured in New York to our specifications.  Six (6) different designs available separately or as trios.  Custom work available.

Catalogs:

Brands:

  • Copper Unlimited
  • House Copper
  • House Copper & Cookware
 

In-Booth Events

Date: Event or Display: Time + Location:
All Show Days
Making Vintage Cookware

Coppersmith and House Copper owner & product designer Sara Dahmen will be on hand with her 200 year old tools making reproduction tin and copper cookware and kitchenware items in the methods of traditional American smiths.
12:00 AM -
12:00 AM
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