REVERE® cookware have been part of American history since patriot and silversmith Paul Revere started making copper sheathing for naval vessels in 1801. Paul founded Revere Copper Company which evolved into Copper and Brass, Inc., the makers of Revere Ware Copper Clad Stainless Steel Cookware.

Designed by W. Archibald Welden and introduced in 1939, the REVERE copper-bottom stainless steel cooking utensils not only represented great advances in both technical and esthetic cookware design, but proved to be incredibly durable without being heavy. Housewives of the time also appreciated the fact that Welden designed the cookware with rounded edges, making the pots easier to clean than those with sharp joints between sides and bottoms.