We now have handles for newer style Revere Ware cookware available in our store. These handles are one-piece with an embedded metal spline and can be further identified by the single rivet or screw holding the handle to the skillet or saucepan. Some examples of this style of cookware are shown below.
We have all sizes, small, medium, large, and x-large that covers the entire range of copper bottom and tri-ply Revere Ware cookware of this style. We also sell the replacement hardware (a barrel nut, a screw, and a washer) separately for those that need to fix loose rivets or damaged (rusted or stripped) hardware sets.
While some of these original handles are held on by a screw, most of them are held on by a rivet, which must be removed. We have detailed instructions on removing the old rivet here. A drill, a 5/32 drill bit, and a pair of pliers are the required tools.
Note that some newer Revere Ware cookware has somewhat similar one-piece handles that are permanently attached to the pot; there is no way to replace handles on this type of cookware and these handles will not work.