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Hammered Copper Trinket Tray | Handmade to Order


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Handcrafted Hammered Copper Trinket Tray, Bowls & Dishes

Hammered Copper Trinket Tray useful as coin dish, ashtray or tea-light holder. Or somewhere to keep your little trinkets like rings, earring or bracelets in one place!

This design is handmade to order and will be shipped within 3 – 15 days.

These round copper trinket trays are made using various texturing techniques and each piece is a one off. This tray has been given a liver of sulphur antique patina.

These Trays are small, this one is approximately 11 cm in diameter.

We can make this Hammered Copper Trinket Tray to order for Wedding / Party Favours and Christmas presents.

Handcrafted Hammered Copper Trinket Tray, Bowls & Dishes

I will not recommend this style of tray to be used as coasters because the tray surface is uneven and any cups placed on it could wobble and spill their contents. Visit Coasters section in this shop.

Most of my copper designs have been given an antique, flame or colour patina. However, copper will continue to darken naturally over time as it reacts with the oxygen in the air. Personally, I feel, this natural oxidation process gives your item an ageless, timeless look which is part of the charm of individually handcrafted copper pieces.

If you have questions about my Handmade to order pieces you can contact me via this website or on my Facebook Page.


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