Sertodo Copper Bisotun Water Pitcher with Stainless Steel Handle

$145

Bisotun Water Pitcher, Stainless Steel Handle, 76 fl oz. The hammered copper Bisotun Water Pitcher brings the ancient tradition of copper water vessels to your table. Traditionally prized for copper’s unique properties of purification, healing and keeping water cool, the pitcher adds elegance and health to the planet’s most precious resource.

  • 76 ounce capacity
  • The hammer polish beats shine, beauty and durability into every piece.
  • Heavy gauge, pure copper from 100% recycled sources
  • Stainless steel handle tig welded to the body
  • In the Ayurvedic tradition of storing water in a copper vessel for health benefits, this pitcher is made to make you feel good
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