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    Re: Question about Your Wear-Ever Piece?

    Question about Your Wear-Ever Piece?
    Hello, Robbi, thanks for the great board. I'm glad to find it. I can't get the link to your catalog site to work. I'm collecting the fluted pie pans. Is 2863 a 6" fluted pan?

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    Re: Question about Your Wear-Ever Piece?

    I have a 2 piece set of Wear-ever #2255 Triangle pan and lid. Can you tell me what the trangle pan was used for and a possible value??

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    Re: Question about Your Wear-Ever Piece?

    Ditto...

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    Re: Question about Your Wear-Ever Piece?

    I have a roaster #229 and was wondering if you could tell me anything about it?

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    Re: Question about Your Wear-Ever Piece?

    I had a pan 783 that had a handle broken.. I tried a long time to get a replacement with no luck.. but saw Ron Rashka 1-785-474-3875 listed and I called. He is very knowledgeable about these pans.. He also has replacement handles.. I sent mine to him and got it back good as new.. He also has a good deal of stock he purchased when Wear-ever was sold out..I have purchases several pieces.. Needless to say my set is now fully complete.. I have the following pans now. 780 1/2 half quart -781 quart-781 1/2 quart and half-782 2 qt- 783 my 3 qt. have three skillets. R957 this is a 6 inch - R958 this is an 8 inch-R958 this is a 10 inch.. Have lids also which he had a lot of those too.
    If you are looking for replacements or information HE Is the one to talk to... I am now thrilled I have my set finished.. Got it originally in 1961 or early 1962 . Hope you all have good luck on your pans too thanks.
    Ron Rashka is in Lafayette Indiana... Known as the Everyday Gourmet

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    Re: Question about Your Wear-Ever Piece?

    Hello I have No 1 WEAR-EVER ----------T---canteen. Can any one tell me the year and where it's from?
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    Last edited by steve; October 9th, 2011 at 05:47 PM.

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    Re: Question about Your Wear-Ever Piece?

    I have a Wear-Ever piece that my husband found in the attic. We don't know what it is. It is stamped with the Aluminum T.A.C. U.CO. symbol and has a Trade mark No. 151. We are guessing it might be a pancake or egg flipper for a wood burning stove. It is a long oval shape and has 3 round disks that open. Any help you can give me is appreciated.

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    Re: Question about Your Wear-Ever Piece?

    Have a large Wear-Ever ladle. #4774. 64oz? Approximately 4 feet long with wood handle. Any ideas?

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    Re: Question about Your Wear-Ever Piece?

    No.262 wear-ever sold by V.LaRosa and sons.Does anyone know what it's used for ?

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    Re: Question about Your Wear-Ever Piece?


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    Question about Your Wear-Ever Piece?
    hello,
    I am lloking to identify a wearever piece # 1102.It is a covered pail.
    What is it's purpose??

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