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Help identifying some Revere Ware cookware

Customer Zach is curious what line his Revere Ware might be part of, see pictures below.

Zach writes:

Hello! I just picked up a beautiful RW 3qt copper-bottom saucepan and a matching 10″ skillet (with vertical sidewalls) at Goodwill. I love them, but am having trouble determining the line with which they were produced. They are similar to the Chef Request line and the Chef Preference line’s descriptions on your “Revere Ware History” site, but I don’t quite think that’s what they are because that line was made in Indonesia and these are made in China.

Is anyone able to identify these pieces as part of a particular Revere Ware line?

6 Responses to Help identifying some Revere Ware cookware

  1. Drenda Dennard January 23, 2016 at 12:02 pm #

    I have a set of Paul Revere ware from 1978, it is all copper with brass handles they do not
    screw on they look like they were welded. They are still in good shape but one sauce pan
    needs both handles. Do you know where I can find replacements?

    • RevereWareParts January 23, 2016 at 12:26 pm #

      Unfortunately Revere did make some cookware that does not have replaceable handles – the Bakelite part is formed directly on the metal. There is no way to replace these unless you are willing to undergo some serious modification.

  2. Lisa January 31, 2016 at 5:55 pm #

    Just curious if anyone answered Zachs question above from December 2014? I have the same set and had the same question. I am also trying to figure out what material(s) they are made from

  3. Bruce March 21, 2016 at 3:33 am #

    I have a set of those pans and have looked for the proper name for them with no luck. All I remember was that they were on sale at WalMart and since I try not to shop there, I looked for the line elsewhere with no luck. I do not know if they were a WalMart exclusive.

  4. Corinne Hansen April 3, 2017 at 9:39 am #

    These are part of the Chef’s Request line – only made for a short time, starting 2003 – the composition is heavy stainless steel with a copper disk bottom- what makes these unique is the long stainless handles that do not transfer heat – £ have been looking for more of these pots for a long time but they are scarce

  5. K H May 16, 2017 at 11:33 am #

    I just found the 12 inch skillet this week! It’s really awesome. It’s amazing that the bottom is a solid copper disk instead of just a copper coating, I’ve never seen that before, that’s why I picked it up. Anyone have an idea what these are worth?

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