100% Pure copper canisters. Improved design, better closure, solid construction. Add elegance and function to your kitchen with our range of copper canisters for storing flour, cookies, sugar, coffee, tea, rice, etc...
Copper's inherent antibacterial, antimicrobial and anti-fungal properties make them excellent naturally clean elements to incorporate in your kitchen.
Available in 5 sizes:
- 2 cup, 5x3
- 1 quart, 6x4
- 2 quart, 7x5
- 3.25 quart, 8x6
- 5.25 quart, 9x7
This is a beautiful copper canister. Ordered one for myself, then I ordered one as a gift for my sister. The copper is warm and very pretty, not thin or flimsy
Beautiful, heavy. Really quick shipping.
This is a beautiful hand made cannister--the perfect gift! It is larger than expected so useful for storing a variety of items. I could not be more satisfied. It is a huge value--especially for a hand made heirloom treasure.
Awesome canisters. Sertodo makes great products, and this one does not disappoint!
I purchased two of these really nice large (4+ quart) copper containers. They have a decorative look to them. The craftsmanship is excellent.
What can I say? After I bought one and saw the quality I bought a second. Now I have one with peanuts in it and another with candy. I will probably buy yet another to store my other snacks. They're not airtight so if you expect to store food over the long term this may not be what you want. If you're looking for a container that will store food that turns over pretty quickly I would fully recommend it. For me these double as a food container and work of art. They are absolutely gorgeous sitting on my office bookshelf. There was nothing skimpy about the packaging either. They were shipped in a box inside another box that had air bags in it and the container pieces were individually wrapped in paper and then wrapped with plastic wrap over the top of the paper. They arrived in absolutely pristine condition. This isn't some crummy container that you buy for a few bucks and it lasts for a couple of months. These containers are an example of 'you get what you pay for'. I expect that these containers will last for generations.