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Vintage Revere Ware Kettle 1801

Updated on March 12, 2013
This is a very nice condition 1801 copper clad kettle. It's in excellent condition and worth quite a bit! These are extremely popular in any kitchen
This is a very nice condition 1801 copper clad kettle. It's in excellent condition and worth quite a bit! These are extremely popular in any kitchen | Source
This is what the bottom of a vintage 1801 copper clad kettle looks like
This is what the bottom of a vintage 1801 copper clad kettle looks like | Source

Vintage Revere Ware Kettle 1801

Here is a very nice and highly desirable kettle. This one in particular is 87-c. It is has a copper clad bottom and a stainless steel body. This whistles loudly when the water is done boiling. These are highly desirable for a number of reasons.

This kettle is a quality made stainless steel and copper clad kettle. The stainless steel shimmers and reflects beautifully with its mirror like finish. It has a very attractive copper base which helps with conductivity to help heat up the water faster than otherwise. These whistle very effectively as well.

This model is part of the 87-c line, and this one in particular is a very large one. They come in different sizes and many different models. This kettle can routinely go for between $30 and $50! A complete set of vintage revere ware can go for hundreds of dollars. Even just a handful of like new condition ones can push $100!


Revere ware still makes cookware today, but their products are much cheaper in quality, lighter in weight, and thinner. It's simply one more reason on a countless list of why I buy everything that I can vintage and old fashioned. You can find these on Ebay very reasonably. I have found them at tag sales and thrift shops all over the place from time to time. This is because they have historically been a staple in any kitchen for the typical American family.

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    • wabash annie profile image

      wabash annie 4 years ago from Colorado Front Range

      Thanks for writing about vintage Revere Ware. I bought my set of pans (after purchasing one to try first) in the 1950s. Mine are not copper bottomed, however, but have the copper core. Even with constant use, they are in excellent shape!

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      Hawaiian Odysseus 4 years ago from Southeast Washington state

      I enjoy learning more about vintage items via your hubs. Thank you for doing the research and sharing your information. The pictures are coming out great!

      Joe

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