Has Revere Ware been discontinued?

Revere Ware isn’t made anymore. This was a company that literally traced its roots back to Paul Revere, who founded Paul Revere & Sons in the 1790s. It continued on, after a few mergers, to become one of America’s most reliable manufacturers of cookware.

How can you tell if Revere Ware is vintage?

The earliest Revere Ware, produced between 1939 and 1947 used the older style handle with two screws close together at the front of the handle. Here you can see these alongside the newer handles used from 1947 until 1968 that had the two screws on opposite ends of the handles.

Is Revere Ware toxic?

Is stainless steel toxic to humans? When using stainless steel cookware, know that deeply scratched and pitted pans can cause metals (nickel and chromium) to migrate into food in trace amounts. These are not toxic elements, so there is not really cause for concern unless you have a specific allergy or sensitivity.

How do you get stains out of Revere Ware?

In ordinary circumstances Revere Ware is readily cleaned simply by washing and drying as glasses, dishes and silverware are. Strong soaps, polishers or cleansers, scouring pods or steel wool are never needed with Revere Ware.

When did Revere Ware go out of business?

Bankruptcy and beyond The cookware they produce, while it looks similar to the Revere Ware of old, is very cheaply made and they offer a far fewer pieces than the Revere Ware of old. Revere Ware discontinued selling spare parts in 1989.

Where is Revere Ware manufactured?

Revere Ware, Inc. was sold to Corning Inc. The Mill Products Division of Revere Copper and Brass, Inc. was bought by the employees, (retaining the Revere name) with its headquarters in Rome, NY; manufacturing in New Bedford, MA.

Is Revere Ware valuable?

Identifying early-era pieces. Revere Ware is considered a highly collectible brand of cookware, much like certain cast iron cookware brands. Like all collectibles, some pieces have become more desirable than others.

Is Revere Ware stainless steel or aluminum?

Is Revere® cookware made of aluminum or stainless steel? Aluminum is used for cookware with nonstick coating; stainless steel is used for cookware without nonstick coating. Revere® bakeware is tin-coated steel.

Is it safe to cook in Revere Ware?

Revere Ware’s non-stick aluminum line is oven-safe to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

How do you clean old copper bottom pans?

Combine lemon juice (or vinegar) with baking soda and stir until mixed completely. Apply to the surface and buff in a circular motion using a soft, clean cloth, then rinse and dry. Apply a layer of ketchup to your copper pan and rub across the surface.

Is Revere Ware any good?

Revere was once a good product, but what we have here is not the same stuff. The copper on the bottom is too thin to make any difference other than ornamental. Therefore the pans have all of the heating qualities of stainless steel. They conduct heat poorly.