Copper is one of the oldest mined materials on the planet, estimated to have been discovered as early as 9000 BC. Its value has changed little since then; its tremendous thermal and electrical conductivity coupled with its light weight and alloy potential makes it a highly valuable substance for a wide variety of uses. It also looks nice in your kitchen.

It’s true that kitchens need to have a distinct theme or appearance for a major copper outfitting to “work,” but when it does work, it looks spectacular. Here we’ve compiled a list of some of the best applications of copper in kitchen appliances.

If you’re going to outfit your kitchen with copper gadgets, you need to get at least one appliance in there as well.
The thing about real copper appliances and cookware—as opposed to mere copper finishes—is that they're often pricey. 
I'm lovin the look! Are you ready to bring it into your new project?
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