Meet the maker, Sara Dahmen, coppersmith and owner of House Copper & Cookware in Grafton, Wisconsin.
Sara was researching a historical novel when she started learning about copper and tin cookware from the 1700-1800s. She looked around for similar items being manufactured today and realized there wasn’t a lot of copper cookware anymore. But she knew people would respond to the quality and beauty.
Inspired by the outstanding quality and durability of copper and using references from original American coppersmiths, Sara hand-drills, rivets, hand tins, and polishes skillets, cups, bowls, and pots for the home. The tools she uses to create vintage reproductions of copper and tin cookware are similar to those used a few centuries ago.
Welcome to House Copper & Cookware at The Dowry to shop for historically rich pieces.
“We are not makers of history. We are made by history.” -- Martin Luther King, Jr
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