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Hand Painted Copper Vase 'Sunflowers'

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Hand Painted Copper Vase 'Sunflowers'Hand Painted Copper Vase 'Sunflowers'
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Enjoy the striking elegance of this hand painted copper vase ‘Sunflowers’, ornately designed to complement home decor and beautify commercial design. Handmade from 100% copper, this flower vase brings coppery tones and colourful patterns to any space, complementing and enlivening contemporary or traditional design.

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Special Features N/A
Item # MV103
Weight Lbs. 6.6000
Color N/A
Bathtub Size N/A
Drain Location N/A
Copper Finish N/A
Style N/A
Size H 15.7" x 7.9" Diameter
Material 100% pure copper
Copper Gauge 18
Finish hand painted
Drain Size N/A

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Please remember that handmade crafts are not consistent in their dimensions due to the nature of being crafted by hand and a half inch variance should be allowed for. Especially hand painted items will also have slight variations in the artistic implementation- that is what makes them so unique and charming.

Juan Jose Saucedo

This Mexican copper piece is handmade of pure copper that is carefully manufactured by Juan Jose Saucedo in Santa Clara del Cobre (Copper in Spanish), a small town situated in central Mexico. And the name is for a reason. Most of the people living here are dedicated to the ancient tradition of the fabrication of hammered bathroom copper sinks and bathtubs. The art of working with copper has been transmitted from generation to generation in Juan Jose's family, so everyone in the family works in the shop preserving this ancient art while creating these striking copper items.

Hammered copper has its origins in pre-Columbian Mexico. Juan Jose Saucedo's family has been in this business for generations and one thing that remains untouched is the love and passion they put in every item they create.

Juan Jose Saucedo says: "our biggest joy is to receive news that our work comes to life in houses thousands of kilometers from our home…it makes you dream".

About his craftswork, Juan Jose Saucedo says: "once the metal is melted with heat, we hammer it at least 200 times to shape the piece we are creating. To obtain the natural color the piece is heated and introduced in water. For the dark and light coffee colors, we use a technique with fire to give the different tonalities". The basic tool Juan Jose uses is the hammer and tongs combined with the power of fire. He makes all his tools by hand since the family doesn't use any machinery in their facilities and only recycled copper with the highest level of purity. "It would not be possible to manufacture with such a quality if it was not for the purity of the copper.

My grandfather taught my father and I the skills and techniques. Slowly, drop by drop I have been absorbing the skills needed for this wonderful job. My father has won awards Internationally and nation wide and I myself have won first and second places awards nation wide and Internationally. We are 8 people in the family and men and women work as a team to comply with any order. Most of us are winners of different prizes and awards within this guild".

Juan Jose's craftwork endeavors to be a testimony to history and tradition. Craftsmanship has somehow evolved over the years but what remains untouched is the love and passion from which his family and him work in every item they create. Their joy is truly to receive news that their hard work is being appreciated.

Caring for your Painted Copper Vase

Simply dust lightly with a dry cloth regularly. If needed, wash down with a damp and non-abrasive cloth with a very small amount of mild soap.

Decorate your life

We believe that there's nothing more important than making life, our surroundings and our interactions with each other as beautiful, colorful and caring as possible. Design. Decorate. Live. Laugh.

Make every corner of life full of vivacious color and elegance.

Decorate your home

Simply leave your copper vase to stand alone in all it's glory or add fresh or dry flowers to bring color and aliveness.

You could even transform it into a lamp with a lampshade on top of it.

How long will it take to have my order delivered?

Most of the handicrafts we sell are made to order by the artisans after you place your order. The artisans are relatively fast in crafting your item. Since your copper vase will be hand crafted and then hand painted, please allow for up to 10 days for manufacturing.

We deliver each and every order for free within the USA (48 lower states). For our free shipping we rely on FedEx ground which generally takes 4 to 10 business days. Express shipping and international shipping are available; delivery times are usually specified when you receive your shipping quote during the checkout process. Don’t hesitate to contact us for special requirements or additional information.

Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any further questions. We will be happy to answer them. That will help us as well to keep this section updated and customize it according to your interests and needs.