Note: If the following text overlaps the pictures, or the pictures are not at the right margin of the page, you need to enlarge your type size in your browser settings. Stove-top and oven-ware were typically heavy cast iron, copper, or bronze , while lighter tinware was used for kettles, cups, and tableware. Cookware was a later addition, coming after , and included skillets with heavy copper bodies, straight sides, and flat uninsulated iron handles. Lightweight nickel or chrome plated tea kettles and coffee pots were also important products. These were made from multiple parts formed from copper sheet; soldered together, and finally plated with first nickel, and later chrome. Cookware then a minor facet of its business was assigned to the recently upgraded Rome Manufacturing plant in NY; which then became the headquarters of the Manufactured Products Division for Revere Copper and Brass, Inc. Initially, they proved expensive and were difficult to adapt to then-current manufacturing methods.
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I don’t own the whole set, but one pot in the set. It quickly dented somewhat, though I think I handled it with care. Then I read online that these are not like the old ones in our home back in the day. Indeed they are not and a lesser quality. So I got a few of the older ones, used, on eBay. Meanwhile, I contacted World Kitchen, the manufacturer, merely inquiring about my experience and they immediately sent me out a brand new replacement pot.
Revere Ware pressure cooker saucepan skillet photo Xmas vintage print ad. This is an original print ad for Revere Ware pots and pans! If you’ve seen print ads Mixmaster, no date, 39 pages, very good. Stand Mixers, Vintage.
I don’t know Barry, it looks quite utilitarian and sterile to me and not so modern or timeless as I would expect to label as “the most classic modern 20th century cookware design” I know the Danes, Germans and Swiss had some great desgins, as far as americans maybe not at that time. It won a good design award. It’s part of the Museum of Modern Art’s collection. Archibald Welden “Simplifcation and streamlining revamped many cooking sets and small appliances during the ‘s, but few redesigns were as carefully considered and thoroughly engineered as that of the Revere Ware cooking utensils, introduced in and in production virtually unchanged.
The stuff nowadays have plastic handles and knobs, and the overall weight is much lighter. The only piece is seems out of date is the fring pans, because they do not have a non-stick surface.
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My mom has Revere Ware “copper bottom” pots and pans that probably date from the late 50’s or early 60’s. She cooked dinner in them when I was kid and still uses them today. After dinner the other day I was washing her pans and noticed how easily they cleaned up. Residue that might have required a little Bar Keepers Friend in my All-Clad came right off with very little effort with a blue scrubby sponge.
I don’t know why maybe just made so well? One of the pots has gotten a tad bit warped on the bottom, not sure why, it’s the large sauce pan that I use all the time so maybe I’ve warn it out?
Vintage Revere Ware Copper Clad 9 INCH Frying Pan Skillet U.S.A. Heavy Revere Ware Tri Ply Disc Bottom 9 inch Fry Pan/Skillet-No Lid date 93 e Clinton.
Random thoughts and meanderings that occur to me as I update my advertising cookbooks database. This booklet, Revere’s Guide to Better Cooking , 32 pages , probably came with the purchase of a set of Revere Ware pots and pans. The publication date is only a couple of years after the cookware’s introduction at the Chicago Housewares Show. The covers and the interior pages of the booklet all are printed with the patriotic color scheme of red, white and blue.
Revere Copper and Brass Incorporated of Rome, NY was the manufacturer of the cookware at the time of this book’s publication. The booklet has a short intro about the benefits of waterless cooking and why Revere Ware was the product that would ensure success in this area. There are a few recipes included as well as instructions on caring for and using the cookware. The positive attributes of the cookware were the copper clad bottoms that were good for even distribution of heat and the stainless steel which provided for “easier cleaning, greater beauty, greater sanitation.
You can click on any of the smaller photos below to enlarge. One page lists some of Revere Ware’s “Extra Features” such as the bakelite handles and the self-sealing lids. No hiding places for germs is an additional benefit. Tips for keeping your Revere Ware looking “Spotlessly New” are shown on another page.
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Vintage Revere Ware, manufactured before and carrying the prized “Process Patent” maker’s mark on the thick copper bottom, is finding its way back into modern kitchens. (Photo courtesy of Blane van Pletzen-Rands). Revere Ware is a line of consumer and commercial kitchen wares introduced in by the.
Your question may be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who purchased this item, who are all part of the Amazon community. Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question. Please enter a question. These are the vintage pans that will last forever! They do not make them like this anymore! All pieces are in very good condition. There is a few marks but nothing bad and of course the bottoms are not perfect. Just normal ware due to their age. All pans sit flat and all the covers seem to fit tight.
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Revere Ware Saucepan, 1950-1960
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Sixteen, almost seventeen, years ago, we received a set of Revere Ware pans as a wedding gift from my uncle. This is not a good idea. I submitted a note via the online form under customer care and received a prompt and pleasant reply. I told her the pots were over 16 years old, and I have no paperwork or warranty information. Could I buy a new lid from them? Revere Ware pans have a year warranty.
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Your question may be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who purchased this item, who are all part of the Amazon community. Please make sure that you’ve entered a valid question. You can edit your question or post anyway. Please enter a question. These are replacement handles for vintage era Revere Ware pots and Dutch ovens the ones with two screws per handle.
These parts are newly manufactured and are made to look and work just like original Revere Ware pot handles.
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The line focuses primarily on consumer cookware such as but not limited to skillets, sauce pans, stock pots, and tea kettles. Initially Revere Ware was the culmination of various innovative techniques developed during the s, the most popular being construction of stainless steel with rivetlessly attached bakelite handles, copper-clad bases and rounded interiors for ease of cleaning. Coinciding with new series introductions, cost-cutting measures were implemented in the manufacture of the traditional cookware.
The bakelite handles were changed from two piece to one, and the thickness of utensil walls and copper cladding were reduced. Transferring of its aluminum production from domestic to overseas manufacturing marked the beginning of the end.
Vintage Rome NY Made Revere Ware Copper Clad 1 1/2 Qt. Saucepan. Roll over image to zoom in Us revere quality Date First Available, March 19, .
Restaurants and people with a lot of money used copper pans with tin lining, but it was expensive to re-tin. Tin is a very soft metal, almost as soft as aluminum, and a lining was just that, a thin layer inside the copper. Revere was the first to decide that stainless steel was the overall best material for a cooking surface, and spent over two years developing new production techniques. Finally they patented a stainless steel cooking surface, with an electroplated copper clad bottom for better heat distribution, and added Bakelite handles.
Revere never changed their product materials, although as years went by they used both thinner copper and stainless in their cookware. Stainless steel and copper have been the foundation for the growth of the Revere Ware company and much of the history of the evolution of cookware in the 20 th century, and Revere Ware proudly displayed their choice of materials on logos, boxes and labels as long as they made them here in the USA.
I hope to post it soon. It was stamped on the bottom of their cookware for almost 20 years. In , they changed their process to use a thinner stainless steel, and also a thinner electroplated copper bottom.
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