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Paul Revere Copper Cookware 10 Piece Set, 1801 & 1976-1776 Signature Collections For Sale
Up for sale is for a 10 piece set of vintage Paul Revere1801 & 1976-1776 Signature CollectionSolid Copper CookwarePots with Paul Revere signature on the bottom.
3 QT Quart Sauce Pot w/7" by 5" with lid1976-1776
2 QT Quart Sauce Pot w/6" by 3 1/2" with lid1801
1 QT Quart Sauce Pot w/5" by 3" with lid1801
3 QT STOCK POT w/7" by 4" with lid1801
2 QT STOCK POT w/7" by 2 1/2" with lid1801
A copy of the original brochure, complete with a pictured key of the entire 1801 collection.
All are used and in decent condition, and have been recently cleaned. No major dents, scuffs, or marks. A perfect starter set for your kitchen, or to add to your Paul Revere Collection. If you would like more details or additional pictures of specific pieces, just ask!
"Recognizing that a high-end consumer market existed for the solid copper cookware commonly in use by professional chefs, Revere introduced the Paul Revere Ware line in 1967. Produced only at the Oneonta, AL plant, the copper/stainless steel material it used was made in house using a high temperature, pressure-bonding process, not the traditional Revere electro-plating process. Designed as much (or more) for visual appeal as for function, the solid brass handles were attached with rivets welded to the bodies (producing a riveted handle with no exposed rivet heads on the cooking surface. The line included numerous specialty pieces: omelet, crepes suzette, fondue, and Au Gratin pans; casseroles, even a flambé set with alcohol burner and tray.Initial production carried "Limited Edition Collection" stamped on the undersides of the handles while a stylized 1801 Paul Revere "signature" was later added to the underside of each piece.This combination was designated the "Paul Revere Signature Collection" when the handle imprint was removed. A special issue commemorating the American Bicentennial added "1776-1976" to the hallmark."