We design, manufacture, market, and distribute our own line of world-renowned products, all of which exhibit beautiful design, best-in-class craftsmanship, and long-lasting quality. Founded in 1819, Jacob Bromwell® proudly holds the distinction of being the oldest kitchenware and housewares manufacturer in North America, and is the oldest known manufacturer of tin and stainless steel products in the United States. We are a company rooted in American tradition, history, and authenticity, and even our logo is our founder's actual signature, made with his own hand. Our company believes in the creativity and productivity of American workers, and still today all Jacob Bromwell® products are handcrafted with pride in the USA and guaranteed for life. It's the way we've done it for nearly 200 years.
All Jacob Bromwell® products are made with premium materials, including steel, stainless steel, tin, aluminum, copper, wood, iron, and leather - all sourced domestically. None of our products contain plastic parts or components, and none require batteries or electricity to operate. By using high-grade materials and keeping our products non-electric, Jacob Bromwell® products remain 100% authentic from the day they were created and are guaranteed to last a lifetime.
Jacob Bromwell® products have helped shape America for nearly 200 years, and now you can take an exclusive tour of our manufacturing facilities in Indiana and Vermont. Although our factories are not open to the general public, this behind-the-scenes photo tour consists of an intimate viewing of our metal stamping factory in Indiana as well as our copper workshop in Vermont. You'll see first hand our workers stamping, bending, forming, plating, machining, organizing, packaging, shipping, and more.
The American Heritage Collection™ by Jacob Bromwell® consists of some of the oldest kitchen and bakeware items in our product line, including the Original Popcorn Popper, Legendary Flour Sifter, and Classic Tin Cup. These items have been in continuous production for almost 200 years and are still made by our company today.