This is a measuring cup made by Revere Ware for actually using to bake or cook, or as a display. It is a "miniature sauce pan" with copper clad bottom complete with a tiny but familiar circular logo and the unique shape handle that identifies Revere Ware at first glance.
At 2 inches tall and 3-1/4 inches across, it is the same size as one of the saucepans included in a "Little Homemaker" children's set that Revere made in the 1950s-1970s. (The lid to that saucepan actually fits this measuring cup. ) We believe the size was a coincidence and that these measuring cups were made and marketed as unique items and were not included in any of the Little Homemaker sets.
This has "fourths" markings on one side: 1/4, 1/2, 3/4 and 1 cup; on the other side are "thirds" : 1/3 and 2/3 .
CONDITION is very good : The metal is bright and shiny with only light signs of use overall. It is particularly clean and appears to have been well cared for. This is a quality piece from a quality company. Please NOTE: there is a tiny outside dent in the copper area on the SIDE of the pan - see our last picture for a closeup.
The copper bottom does have scuffs (SEE OUR PICTURES). There is an area where I can't tell if the copper is rubbed through to steel or if it is actually a stain. The circle logo is mostly legible, with the top left partially worn away. The bottom is flat and not buckled or bowed. The copper could use a polish - you can do that easily.
I have an identical cup that is my favorite for measuring flour and sugar. This one should have a good home with a cook who enjoys Revere Ware and will actually use it !
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