Here is a very scarce miniature copper clad Revere Ware stock pot, complete with an even harder to find lid ! This is one of the pieces from a 1950s-1980s "Little Homemaker" set, made for little girls as "toys" they could actually use learning how to cook right alongside Mother in the kitchen.
SIZE : The pot is approximately 2 inches tall. It will comfortably hold 6 ounces (.75 cup) of liquid, or 8 ounces (1 cup) if you fill it brim full.
CONDITION: Beautifully clean and bright inside and out, with a few stain marks on the copper bottom (which otherwise polishes up nicely). The bottom is flat and not warped. The lid fits snugly, and its knob is firmly attached. There is no scuffing on the knob. There are NO cracks, splits or twists on either pot or lid. Both handles are as firmly attached to the pot as ever. There is just a tiny bit of surface grunge (we did not try to clean) on the "rivets" that attach the handles to the pot.
The correct COPPER CLAD STAINLESS STEEL Revere mark is on the bottom, but is hard to see -- PLEASE SEE OUR "ENHANCED" PICTURE.
BACKGROUND: In the mid-1950s, Revere debuted a marketing campaign targeting youngsters with miniature "Little Homemaker" sets that replicated the "Kitchen Jewel" full size cookware used by their mothers. Designed to be actually used as well as for play, the sets cemented brand loyalty, as "Little Homemaker" girls grew up wanting their own full size Revere Ware pieces. The miniatures proved to be so popular that they were continued, in more than one size, into the early 1980s.
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