Sertodo Copper Apa Cup, 12 oz.

$32
Fair trade
Fair
Trade
Heritage
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  • 12 fluid ounce capacity cup
  • Pure copper from 100 percent recycled sources
  • Heavy gauge material made to last for generations

“Apa” means water in the Ayurvedic tradition. The 12-ounce Apa cup was inspired by this ancient wisdom that drinking or storing water in copper vessels offers many benefits for health and longevity. 

When you wash copper with mild soap and water, it naturally develops a beautiful patina. Want to get it back to its original shine? Just scrub with vinegar and salt, or even ketchup. Afterwards, rinse your copper goods with mild soap and water and then towel dry to prevent spotting. 

Sertodo Copper has been creating gorgeous handcrafted hammered copper goods with master copper artisans in Mexico since 1997. Sertodo Copper is an international artisan cooperative with workshops in Austin, Texas and in Santa Clara del Cobre, Michoacan in Mexico. The tradition of their heritage craft harkens back over 1000 years in Santa Clara del Cobre.

Sertodo uses 100% recycled copper to make a product that is both functional and aesthetically awe-inspiring. Their products are so incredibly gorgeous and are meant to provide beautiful service for generations to come.

Domestic: Carbon Neutral Shipping on all orders. Free shipping on all orders over $75 and free exchanges/returns within 15 days of delivery on all products except furniture, lighting, discounted and oversized items (hampers, rugs). All furniture, lighting, oversized items and gift cards are final sale. Discounted items are eligible for exchange or store credit within 15 days of delivery.

International (outside the U.S.): Carbon Neutral Shipping on all orders. Flat $29 shipping for all orders under 4 pounds. Flat $89 shipping for all orders over 4 pounds. Furniture is not eligible for international orders. All international orders are final sale.

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