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Coveting Copper: One-of-a-Kind Sinks Debut at KBIS 2016
Feb. 11, 2016 Product News

The glow of copper continues to shine through handcrafted, one-of-a-kind finishing techniques found throughout Thompson’ new collection of sinks, introduced at the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS), the industry’s premier annual event. Introductions include a selection as varied as a jeweler’s case. Alejandra Ochoa de Thompson, the founder and creative director of Thompson, took […]

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Introducing The Palmer Vanity
Feb. 4, 2016 Product News

Thompson craftsman are masters at the art of creating copper sinks. The Palmer Vanity is no exception, as the perfect partnership of copper with unlacquered brass stock legs by Palmer Industries. The exquisite Palmer Vanity will take center stage in any powder room. The complete vanity features a variation of Thompson’ Milan sink, with added […]

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Trend Alert: Hidden Drain Sinks from Thompson
Dec. 8, 2015 Product News

Already fixtures in the bathrooms of boutique hotels and quiet spas, hidden drain sinks are sleek and simple in design. Now, they are finding their way home into luxurious and comforting baths. Thompson offers a collection of hidden drain sinks that feel as though they’ve always been part of the family – with a modern, […]

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Introducing a Modern Twist on Copper
Sep. 18, 2015 Product News

Thompson craftsman are masters at the art of creating copper sinks. Three new signature sinks showcase the difference design makes, while highlighting the continued appeal of copper.  Palmer Vanity in Antique Satin Gold Finish The exquisite Palmer Vanity will take center stage in any powder room. The complete vanity features a variation of Thompson’ Milan […]

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Copper Crafting by Hand
Aug. 26, 2015 About Us

Masterful, meticulous, deliberate—these three words describe Thompson coppersmiths. Each maker is a master craftsman in Santa Clara del Cobre, Mexico, an historic coppersmithing region. Each copper vessel is hand-hammered, creating a unique product that celebrates the area’s legacy, expertise and artistry. Thompson coppersmiths dedicate hours, days and sometimes weeks to create one-of-a-kind vessels and finishes. […]

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Introducing a Selection of Signature Finishes from Thompson
Jun. 22, 2015 Product News

Human touch is evident in every handcrafted copper vessel created by Thompson, from start to finish. The process begins by melting copper into a pancake-shaped ingot. The ingot is heated in a fire then hammered into shape. After the metal has cooled, the process is repeated—over and over—until the company’s coppersmiths have achieved the desired […]

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Thompon Traders Lucca Sink Featured in Houzz Kitchen of the Week
May. 25, 2015 Product News

The Houzz “Kitchen of the Week” Ideabook recently featured the farm house Lucca sink by Thompson. Houzz, the leading online platform for home and remodeling design, showcased a kitchen remodeling project inspired by the hand-hammered farmhouse Lucca sink. The attractive hand-hammered medium antique 14 gauge sink was the first item identified by Ross and Suzie […]

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Alejandra Ochoa de Thompson: The Creative Visionary Behind the Brand
May. 7, 2015 About Us

Alejandra Ochoa de Thompson, founder and creative visionary of Thompson, grew up in Patzcuaro, Michoacan, located in the bucolic countryside of southwest Mexico. Patzcuaro is a town of tile-roofed adobe Colonial homes and mansions with courtyards and balconies filled with begonia, geraniums, bougainvilleas, tiger lilies, azaleas and hydrangeas. Cobblestone streets lead from the center of town to Lake […]

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Coppersmithing: A Centuries-Old Craft Lives On
May. 7, 2015 About Us

Coppersmithing is one of the world’s oldest trades, dating back 60 centuries by some estimates. In Santa Clara del Cobre, Mexico, the native P’urhépecha were considered the world’s most advanced metallurgists of pre-Hispanic times. With skills honed and passed on since the 16th century, 82 percent of the population continues to work in copper crafting […]

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Santa Clara del Cobre, Mexico: A History Built on Copper
May. 7, 2015 About Us

On sunny days there is a distinctive orange glow around the town square of Santa Clara del Cobre, Mexico. It is the reflection from the copper wares hanging outside the shops, of the copper kettle suspended from the top of the kiosk that marks the town center and from the pillars, roofs and architectural adornments […]

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