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March 25, 2012

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7 Comments
  1. Tracy Kelly permalink

    Hi, I would like to get the file ReverePatent.zip that is mentioned. If any one knows how, please post. The e-mail address that is posted is no good. Great information, Thanks, Kitti

  2. Graciela Ponce permalink

    Good morning. I am writing you from Ecuador South America. I want to tell you that I am using REVERE WARE pots from 1953 .I have a set of 15 pieces. I love my pots and they are still in very good conditions.

  3. Mary permalink

    It’s so sad to see that the Revere Ware line has come to an end. In 1959 my mom started her set; and in 1979, I started mine. My son just left the nest, and asked if he could have one of my two 7″ frying pans with the lid. I only have one lid that fits them and the 3 quart pot, so I had to tell him no. I guess I’ll be looking at yard sales and estate sales.

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  6. Anna Marie Stuben permalink

    Dear Revere Ware:
    I have a 6qt. Pressure Cooker. This was one of my favorite Wedding gifts in 1978.
    Although it has been a staple of many main dishes in our home, we have replaced the O ring (large washer for the top) this fall. Lately we have blown the pressure tab. We have been unable to replace this part.
    Can you tell me if this Revere Ware Pressure Cooker has a lifetime warranty?
    If I need to contact another site, please advise.
    Sincerely,
    Anna Marie Stuben

  7. alba permalink

    We have been married fifty years and our pots are fifty years old and still beautiful! I would like to post a photo!

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