A lot of exciting things happened in 1819. New York City got its first shipment of bicycles and Alabama was admitted to the Union as the 22nd state. But most importantly, Jacob Bromwell founded his house and kitchenwares company, an establishment that is still making some of the finest daily essentials almost 200 years later.
The company is based in Vermont and uses local materials to make hand-crafted creations that are made with some of the original machinery used at its founding.
Originally the oldest manufacturer of tin and stainless steel, Jacob Bromwell now crafts goods like the Lewis and Clark Coffee Pot, a striking kitchen essential that's been around since the company's birth. It's made from pure, solid copper using the original design from 1819. The coffee pot holds seven cups of morning brew and looks as good on the stove top as it does on your mantle. Whether you're using it for every day drinking, or adding it to your Americana collection, the Lewis & Clark Coffee Pot is a great addition to your home.