Hammered copper as material for producing various objects of daily home use appeared about three thousand years ago. It was used for domestic pottery and cooking dishes as well as weaponry. Copper is relatively easy to work with because its flexibility and temperature it melts. Now days most often utilized for value added bathroom and kitchen furnishings including copper tubs, oven hoods and sinks. Occasionally, it is used for counters, tabletops and backsplash walls. In general from vastly available all kinds of needed in day-to-day life objects it hammered copper became expensive metal for production of height end top quality products.