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Sold as is. Items may have been washed or lightly cleaned. No restoration was done, however this piece just needs to be washed and used.
Nice copper cookware from the Paul Revere line made by Revere as their high end line to compete with French copper cookware. Manufactured between 1967-1986 in Oneonta, Alabama. Made from sheets of copper and stainless steel bonded via a pressure system. This is from the early end of the production line, pre the bicentennial in 1976 (the later had a faux Paul Revere signature on it and was notably thinner in the copper layers to save weight).
Combines functionality and beauty. Could be polished up to a great shine or allowed to develop the patina that so many users of copper cookware love.
18” 3/4 handle to end, skillet body is 12” x 8” 3/8
Unrestored. In great shape but has the wear and tear you’d expect on a piece of vintage copper (minor scratches, blemishes, etc). Just wash and use.
As always we are happy to take back pieces if you are not 100% satisfied. (Please see return policy)