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by Hacer Comun - Mexico

Hammered Copper Water Drop Tumbler

Original price $85.00 - Original price $85.00
Original price
$85.00 - $85.00
Current price $85.00
Or 4 payments of $21.25 with or up to 36 payments with

Quench your thirst with the help of Hacer Comun’s Hammered Copper Water Drop Tumbler. Each product made by Hacer Común is another opportunity for artisans in Zimatlán to be masters in their trade and leaders of their professions, while empowering the younger ones to carry on the tradition into the future.

Add style and continue to celebrate Mexico’s incredible artisanal talent with a Hammered copper water drop tumbler on your table.


Width: 3.75" (9.5cm)
Height: 3.37" (8.5cm)
Weight: 1.10lb. (0.5kg)



  • Each piece is handcrafted and unique, please note that no two pieces are ever exactly the same and color varies across wood and monitors.
  • Photos are a close representation of the work, but may not be identical to the piece you receive.
  • All the pieces have a final finish with oil, this can be linseed, coconut, cocoa, or canola.

Please note, this item is made to order and will take 3 weeks to create. Once it is ready it will be delivered to you within 10-14 business days.

Free shipping on all orders over $100! Shipping time is up to 14 business days.
For made to order items, please check the lead time on the product page.

If for any reason, you are unhappy with the item you ordered, you have 14 days to return or exchange it, as long as it is unused and is in perfect condition. Return shipping is free for orders above $100, and at the customer’s expense for orders below $100.
See the full shipping and return policy here.
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  • Revive the shining color of your copper tumbler using white vinegar or lime.
  • Hacer Comun

    Eduardo Barrita founded Hacer Com’un as an inclusive design center and social impact project that links talented craftsmen with conscious customers, by creating objects of daily use that revive Mexico’s indigenous crafts using a range of materials such as wood, palm fibers, and copper.

    Eduardo believes in the power of design as a tool for social transformation and works collaboratively with his community to use their ancestral artisanal knowledge as a means to improve their lives and build a sustainable future.
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