Historical information

This vintage set of Revere Ware kitchenware carries the prized "Process Patent" maker's mark on the thick copper bottom. The Boyds purchased the set in 1956-57 when Robin Boyd was a Fulbright scholar and visiting professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston. The Boyd family do not think they were used much as so difficult to clean, but they would check their hair and makeup in them!

Physical description

A set of four Revere Ware copper clad, stainless steel saucepans with lids and black handles and hanging rings. A set of three Revere Ware copper clad, stainless steel pans with black handles and hanging rings. The largest flat one has no lid.

Inscriptions & markings

Revere Ware company engraving. Made under process patent #2363973. 'Revere Ware 1801' 'Patent # 22726091'