Re-tinning copper cookware is part of the game! While I'm the only female coppersmith building, I'm also one of a small handful of folks in the USA wiping in new tin!

The current cost for re-tinning is $4.50 per linear inch. The cost includes cleaning, stripping, hand re-tinning, another clean, buffing, and a hand polish.
You may figure out your own cost estimate by finding the total linear inch of your cookware: Side height + diameter + side height = total linear inches
Example: A pot is 5” high and 7” diameter. 5 + 7 + 5 = 17; 17 x $4.50 = $76.50
(* Oval pans should be measured: side height + long diameter only + side height)

Customers are responsible for shipping both ways. I am NOT able to provide information about how much it will cost to ship to me in Wisconsin – that is impossible as I won’t know your carrier, the size of the box or the weight. I will not provide incoming shipping quotes. You will, however, get the return shipping cost on your invoice when your cookware is restored.

Thank you sooo much for all of your hard work and work with 

love and good energy

- happy Georgia customer

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*My re-tinning and custom build queues are typically backed up 4-5 months. Any requests will be placed on a first come/first serve basis.

For custom builds, special orders like lids, please submit photos, dimensions or requests; email
I’ll take a look, and either myself or my assistant will email you back personally. Please allow up to 10 business days for a response.

If you *only* have questions about the age, make, model, years, or country of origin of your cookware, you may email with photographs. This will cost $5/per piece of cookware to research; it will always be an estimated guess.



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