Handcrafted Gifts Guide

Handcrafted Gifts Guide

Made in America – these three words get tossed around a lot these days, but they’ve been part of our company tradition for 200 years. Delight, spoil, and surprise this holiday season with a gift unlike any other from America’s oldest housewares company. From our Vermonter Flask, Great American Flask, and Freedom Flask, to our Lexington Money Clip, Signature Chestnut Roaster, and Gourmet Food Processor, there is no shortage of gift ideas. Each item below is part of our Handcrafted Gifts Guide.

Vermonter Flask: The world’s best-selling copper flask. Built with day-to-day practicality in mind, this flask has been modernized with a heavy, machined copper screw top. Twist, sip, enjoy.

Legacy Flask: The little brother to our Freedom Flask, the Legacy Flask is smaller, slimmer, and a bit more portable for everyday use. A family heirloom that gets better with age.

Great American Flask: The flask that started it all. Features a birch wood stopper and holds 9 fluid ounces. A Jacob Bromwell original since 1819. Often copied, but never duplicated.

Freedom Flask: Our flagship. Bigger and bolder than our Roosevelt Flask, this unique flask combines the best of contemporary and classic techniques. The best of the best.

Standard Funnel: Built from copper, the modest dimensions make it ideal for slipping into your pocket or handbag. The perfect companion to any of our flasks.

Lexington Money Clip: Bromwell’s timeless money clip will ensure that you always look well put-together as a man of distinction. Engraving available.

Original Popcorn Popper: We’ve been making popcorn poppers since 1819 and folks have been enjoying them ever since. Create a lifetime of memories and smiles with his durable customer favorite.

Signature Chestnut Roaster: You hum along every year – but have you ever eaten chestnuts roasted on an open fire? Recapture the magic of years gone by with this American classic.

Special Chestnut Knife: Our USA-made chestnut knife is designed to score chestnuts before roasting, as well as being useful for peeling the inner skin of the nut.

Legendary Flour Sifters (3-cup and 5-cup): Since 1819, our flour sifters have been a part of nearly every American kitchen. The best flour sifters money can buy.

Golden Era Pie Plates: No dessert is more quintessentially American than apple pie, and professional bakers agree that our pie pans are the best for baking them! Comes in a set of 2.

Old Fashioned Potato Baker: Crafted out of durable stainless steel, our unique potato baker is perfect for warming up meat, vegetables, potatoes and more. Guaranteed to last a lifetime.

Nostalgic Cooling Racks: Simple and functional, these quality cooling racks are perfectly elevated. Our racks guarantee perfect results for all your baked goods. Comes in a set of 2.

Gourmet Food Processor: Some aspects of cooking shouldn’t be modernized. If you enjoy preparing foods from scratch, you’ll love using our old-fashioned conical strainer.

World Famous Grater: America’s original cheese grater. A kitchen staple since 1819, experienced chefs from coast to coast still turn to Jacob Bromwell for their grating needs.

Wonder Shredders: Made since the 1930s, we are still offering these quality shredders. Guaranteed to make cooking and baking jobs easier. Comes in a 3-piece set.

Heritage Cookie Sheet: Guaranteed for life, nothing bakes cookies better than this cookie sheet. Built for a lifetime of performance and the trusted choice for experienced bakers.

Jacob’s Popcorn Bowl: Carefully crafted by American workers, our beautiful popcorn bowls make it fun to share America’s favorite snack with the entire family.

Homestead Rolling Pin: An enduring classic, Bromwell’s rolling pins are masterfully and turned and joined using traditional workmanship. Superb performance guaranteed.

Logan Ranch Dinner Bell: Whether you’re a cattle wrangler or you just feel like one sometimes, our classic triangle-style dinner bell will find a welcome place in your home.


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  • Kim on

    Hi. I like to know how old is the flour sifter that’s in the photo the old one curious because my husband and I have one like it?


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