We likely have multiples of every sauce pot, stockpot, skillet (round and square), frying pan, sauce pan, Dutch oven, pressure cooker, steamer, double-boiler, poacher, insert, and kettle plus spare lids, knobs, and handles of the early 1950s to 1964 Revere Ware copper clad stainless steel made by the factories in Clinton, Riverside, and Rome. The later Revere Ware is just not up to snuff. The earlier Revere Ware requires too much maintenance. Some small restaurants don't have as many pieces as there are residing in our kitchen. Why we ever bought a 16-quart stockpot is a question I cannot answer. It's as big as some apartment-sized washing machines!
The yuppies and foodies that visit our kitchen laugh. The real cooks nod in appreciative delight. Not being in the mood to go into the kitchen and try to make a photo (Mrs. FC already thinks I am crazy enough), I simply "borrowed" a typical image from the Internet. Anyway, the above image is what the old Revere Ware looks like.