In 1819, Jacob Bromwell, a soldier of the War of 1812, started manufacturing kitchenware and household goods to pioneering families. As America’s oldest housewares company, they produced the classic tin cup during the Civil War and they were used by both Union and Confederate soldiers.
For the past 200 years, Jacob Bromwell’s company has maintained the tradition, authenticity and quality since day one. All goods are still made in the USA – at their factories in Indiana and Vermont.
We’ve been using Jacob Bromwell products for the past 7 years in our kitchen, starting with The Original Popcorn Popper (which are still made with the original equipment and dies from the late 1800’s) and the Heritage Cookie Sheets.
Jacob Bromwell’s Heritage Cookie Sheets
The last cookie sheet you will ever buy!
The Heritage Cookie Sheets are made of 100% heavy, 20 gauge natural aluminum, which will never rust. Like all Jacob Bromwell products, it is guaranteed for life — this will be the very last cookie sheet you will ever buy!
Jacob Bromwell’s Homestead Rolling Pin
The Homestead Rolling Pin is made of genuine American maple with a sturdy steel axle – the very same rolling pin that our pioneer ancestors used. There are no stains, paints or veneers, just a simply elegant and timeless design and finished with food-safe, all-natural oil.
The Homestead Rolling Pin is extra long for all your pie-making needs and also includes the Jacob Bromwell signature logo branded on the barrel.
If you’re looking for a thoughtful, one-of-a-kind gift that supports American workers, consider the Heritage Cookie Sheet and Homestead Rolling Pin from Jacob Bromwell. The two products together are $125.00. It’s a gift that will absolutely last a lifetime, they guarantee it.
We highly recommend any of their products – handmade copper flasks, small-batch spirits, frontier cast-iron frying pans, flour sifter (they were the first to manufac...