Early Revere Ware 2 QT Copper Bottom Saucepan
Early Revere Ware 2 QT Copper Bottom Saucepan. Pre-1947, item bares the stamp “Copper Clad Stainless Steel, 1801 Revere Ware, Pat. Pend.” on copper base.
About Revere Ware Cookware:
“Two+ years spent evaluating alternatives and developing new production techniques produced a copper clad, stainless steel cooking surface; an easy-to-clean, rivet-free design; tight fitting “vapor seal” rims; and comfortable, easy to hold Bakelite handles – radical changes to the conservative cookware industry. Revere combined them all in 1939 when it introduced Revere Ware at the Chicago houswares Exposition.
The company applied for patent protection on it’s copper cladding process in 1938 (the patent was officially granted in 1942). Revere included the notation “Pat. Pend.” (Patent Pending) in the hallmark used on cladded products produced between 1938 and 1946.
Item measures approximately 13″ Long (with handle) x 5 ¾” Tall (with lid) x 7 ½” Diameter.
Item appears in Very Good condition with wear commensurate with age and use. Visible surface scratches and scuffs present on the top of the lid. Small pockmarks present on the interior of pan. Base shows signs of scratches and scuffs from use. Lastly, please review all photos as they are an important part of our listing.