Thanks. The guy at Backwoods Tin is a very talented copper- and tin-smith. His prices are reasonable for the product he makes. Most of the cookware he produces in copper is also coated in tin internally, which was a common practice back in the late, great 18th century. Totally eliminated the copper oxide issue. Thing was, the tin wore away over time with the cooking and scrubbing, so the pots, etc, had to be retinned from time to time…

The guy also hand-makes oil lamps. If the quality of his oil lamps matches that of the other products he makes, they are superior to even the Feuerhand lanterns I posted about elsewhere…

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