Retro pots & pans in the best ’70s colors, like avocado & harvest gold

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Retro pots & pans in the best '70s colors

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Retro colored cookware: Wear-Ever Bounty (1972)

Everything you expect from high-priced cookware, except the price.

The outside is fired-on-at-1000°F porcelain. The cooking surface is superbonded Teflon II on thick, heavy-gauge aluminum. The colors are kitchen coordinated: Avocado, Poppy, Harvest Gold and Horizon Blue.

Look at the selection: Fry pans, sauce pans, griddles, saute pans, bakeware about $5. Five and eight-quart dutch ovens, egg poachers, chicken fryers, teakettles $8 to $12. Rice steamers and other sets $12 to $30.

It’s high-priced cookware without the high price. Any way you look at it.

Retro Wear-Ever cookware from 1972

Vintage Regal Mardi Gras pots & pans: Hey, American Woman. (1972)

You like bold colors in your fashions, your car, your furniture, even your bathroom fixtures.

Now how about doing something about those pots and pans?

Bold colors are in…and cooking is fun… with Regal Mardi Gras. So don’t spoil the fun with a potpourri of plain old pots and pans. Cook in Mardi Gras. Colors to complement your kitchen… to fit your every mood… avocado, flame, harvest gold.

Cookware glamorous enough to set on the table. All colorful porcelain-clad aluminum… and Teflon II coated for no-stick cooking, no-scour cleaning. Matching coffee perk, fondue, corn popper and can opener, too.

How much? You’ll be pleasantly surprised. So come on… make your cookware do something be-sides prepare your dinner. Ask for Regal Mardi Gras at your favorite store.

Vintage Regal pots and pans - Hey American woman - 1972

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Town House kitchenware by West Bend (1972)

Luxury Stainless in Harvest, Avocado… and now: Polished.

Town House quality runs deep. In addition to its familiar elegantly-colored porcelain, Town House now reveals itself in its gleaming natural state. Pure stainless.

What cannot be revealed is the clever system of carbon steel between two layers of stainless. It produced that even, gentle heating which knowledgeable cooks prefer. Truly a gourmet’s cookware!

See it at your West Bend dealer now. You’ll be convinced that Town House is West Bend craftsmanship at its best.

Stainless cookware in harvest, avocado and polished (1972)

Retro ’70s pots & pans: Aluminum cookware

Colors: Avocado, burnt orange, flame red, tawny gold, mirror finish

Vintage aluminum cookware - pots and pans from the 1970s (1)

Retro pots & pans made of cast aluminum

Vintage aluminum cookware - pots and pans from the 1970s (2)

Wear-Ever Registered. Old-fashioned quality at an old-fashioned price. (1973)

Wear-Ever Registered combines old-fashioned quality, dependability and performance with contemporary styling. Its thick, heavy gauge ensures even heat distribution for truly effective cooking. And long, dependable service.

Interiors are smooth, polished aluminum. Exteriors are genuine porcelain. Choice of avocado, harvest, or black.

Each utensil is registered at our factory. Your assurance of quality. And there are eight durable pieces to the set. At $39.95, it all adds up to an old-fashioned bargain. (Manufacturer’s suggested open-stock price — $60.75.)

Wear-Ever Cookware from 1973

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Retro 70s color cookware - kitchen pots and pans (1)

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