Sertodo Copper was founded in 1997 by artisan Jonathan Beall. They have workshops in Austin, Texas and Santa Clara del Cobre, Mexico- a village located high in the Sierra Madres Occidental of Southwestern Mexico. The tradition of copper work in this region has been passed down through generations of artisans for over 1000 years. Today, Sertodo Copper uses recycled, 100% copper materials to individually craft each and every moscow mule mug, copper pitcher, and mint julep cup, by hand.
With warm copper coloring and a rustic hammered finish, Sertodo Copper wouldn’t look out of place in an antique photo of Ernest Hemingway or on a sleek, LED-lined bar in the most modern of Manhattan cocktail bars. In addition to its distinctive aesthetic, copper barware has unique thermal properties, making it well suited for drinks best served extra cold. Copper’s low thermal conductivity makes it warm to look at while it keeps drinks frosty.
The viral popularity of the Moscow Mule drink has led to an exponential increase in the popularity of copper barware, in particular copper Moscow Mule Mugs. Sertodo Copper Moscow Mule mugs come in various sizes and styles, but Sertodo Copper’s Moscow Mule set for six received national acclaim when it made Oprah’s 2014 List of Favorite Things. Every single Sertodo Copper product is backed by a lifetime guarantee. Unparalleled in quality and style, these copper mugs, pitchers, vessels, platters and barware are not just drinking vessels, they’re a statement.
Each piece of copper barware is a piece of art; art you’ll want to touch, use, and cherish forever. As copper ages, it develops a rich patina; in a sense telling the story of that piece, giving it character and charm. By combining traditional Mexican copper-working techniques with modern aesthetics and functionality, Sertodo Copper has created a timeless line of products. Sertodo Copper is built to last for generations, and all products are backed by a lifetime guarantee. Start your collection of copper barware today.