World Kitchen Revere best-selling cookware sets include a seven-piece, copper-clad set and a ten-piece, stainless-steel set, with the copper-clad set costing approximately half of the stainless-steel set. Individual cookware pieces are listed at their per-item price.
The World Kitchen website contains shipping policies and procedures for delivery in the United States, and includes telephone numbers and email information for international shipping. The website also features a store locator to find out if there is a store near to you.
A small Revere cookware set available on www.amazon.com includes three pieces of Revere Ware frequently purchased together: A 3 1/2-quart, copper-bottom teakettle; a 2-quart covered saucepan; and a 3-quart covered saucepan. Amazon lists other Revere items as separate purchases with individual price tags. Cookware items are available for shipping outside the United States.
There was a time when Revere Ware was one of the most sold cookware in America, and was easy to find in department stores, no matter where you lived. Now, you can’t walk in and buy a set as easily as in the past, and shipping can get expensive, especially for one-at-a-time buyers.
Websites that sell parts for and used models of your favorite Revere cookware pieces have popped up on the internet.
Named for Paul Revere, American silversmith and master craftsman, the Revere Ware name was registered as a trademark in 1945. The "1801” notation on the circular logo referred to the year Paul Revere produced the first sheets of copper cladding in his original facility.