We wrote last summer that it appears that World Kitchen / Corelle Brands, the owner of the Revere Ware brand, was preparing to ditch the brand altogether. This is after coming out with a new line or Revere Ware branded cookware back in 2016.
We got a tip off this week from a customer that tried to contact Revere Ware support:
I contacted by phone World Kitchens and talked to a rep about revere ware warranty replacement of a knob on my 3 quart sauce pan. She said her company no longer represents revere ware or their warranties anymore. I am interested in the knob replacement you show for the saucepan as that is the exact knob that will no stay on the screw of my saucepan.
If you go to revereware.com, this is what you see:
There is no mention of Revere Ware anywhere on the site anymore.
The Corelle Brands corporate site also no longer has any mention of Revere Ware.
This seems a very unceremonious end to the Revere Ware brand, to be silently disappeared without any public contemplation, explanation, or appreciation. The Revere Brand was once the most popular cookware brand in the US.
It would appear that we are the last place you can go for any type of Revere Ware support and replacement.
I’m from Vietnam. I love the Revere skillet so so much. I have had it with me since 2006. Now I want to borrow some more skillets and pots. So sad to read this “RIP…” post. Where can I buy Revere pots and pans now? Help show me please!!! How can people turn their back to such masterpieces of cookware that Paul Revere and his staff have made?! My email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The death of the official Revere Ware brand is not a surprise, or that much of a loss. They haven’t supported the products in quite some time, and the stuff made in the last 10, 20, 30 years is very low quality; it only looks similar to the older, better stuff. The only real place to get the good quality Revere Ware is through used sources, like Craigslist or eBay.
ACTUALLY, the Correct Headline should be RIP Revere Ware 1939 – 1999, because 1999 was the last year of Made In USA RW.
Though RW Parts knocks Corning era RW (the late-80s to 1998), the RW Aluminium Disc Line (USA & Korea 1986 – 1999) was darn good cookware, especially for glass top stoves. I replaced my DC coppers with discs as my personal cookers.
*** RW Parts Staff, I salute you as fellow RW fanatics. Thanks for keeping the Legend alive!
We actually love the Tri-Ply line and think it is great cookware (until the aluminum disk comes off and ruins your stove, which admittedly doesn’t happen often).
Where can I buy the revere ware meal’s minutes pressure cooker lid rubber seal replacement
See Meal-n-Minutes page for tips on how to find a gasket.