Ever heard the expression "they just don't make things like they used too?" Well now they do. This classically beautiful hand crafted, pure solid copper flask is hot tinned on the inside, so you can enjoy a nip of your favorite spirit in-style, just like they did in the old days. The flask comes polished but will naturally patina with use. This patina will naturally develop and become more rich over time. While personally we dig the well-worn look, if you like to keep things fresh and shiny a mixture of lemon juice and coarse salt will bring back that brand-new shine in no time.As all of our products are made by hand, please allow a minimum of 2 weeks before delivery.
Made from copper and tin
1.5"L x 2.5"W X 4.5"H
Holds 6 oz. of your favorite spirit
Here’s how this product leaves a lighter footprint
Meet the designer
Capturing the soul of New York through upcycled design
Surname Goods Co. - Timothy Skehan and Steven Bukowski
Whether transforming old planks from the Coney Island Boardwalk into beautiful coasters or salvaging wood destined for the chipper in order to craft super cool custom bike fenders, each new design by Surname begins with the materials. They are committed to sustainable design in a way that takes a fresh look at classic pieces and uses reclaimed materials from NYC to create both beauty and purpose from metal and wood which otherwise would be discarded and lost. Both talented craftsmen and avid urban cyclists, Surname's co-founders Timothy Skehan (with a background in photography and fine art) and Steve Bukoski (with a background in industrial product design) form a damn near perfect combo. Together in their Long Island City studio and workshop, they meticulously craft products that are both aesthetically elegant and ruggedly functional while managing to preserve a small piece of the city itself with everything they build.
Process & Materials
Each design by Surname Goods Co. begins with reclaimed materials sourced right here in New York City or the nearby areas (most wood comes from trees picked up in NYC that otherwise would be chipped up and discarded.) They are committed to sustainable design through considered planning and production of each and every product. SGC's desire is to create pieces that are both timeless and also unique amongst other reclaimed objects. Furthermore, they design with the production of each object in mind, with the intent to produce all of our goods either in-house or locally. All products are hand crafted using traditional wood working machines and techniques. SGC prefers to partner with other small businesses whenever possible, with the aims of strengthening the community and keeping manufacturing alive in the US.