The Aguelmam teapot is one of the Moroccan copper teapots, also known as berrads, are traditional containers used to prepare and serve tea in Morocco. These teapots are made by skilled artisans who use traditional methods handed down from generation to generation.
The copper material used to make these teapots is supposed to enhance the flavor and aroma of tea, and the decorative designs and intricate details make them beautiful works of art as well as functional kitchen utensils.
The process of making a Moroccan handmade copper teapot involves several steps. First, the copper sheets are cut into the desired shape and size, then they are hammered into the appropriate shape using a wooden hammer. The teapot is then smoothed and polished to create a shiny and polished finish.
Finally, the teapot is decorated with intricate engravings and drawings using a hammer and chisel. Patterns can range from simple geometric shapes to more elaborate floral patterns and other decorative patterns