This Revere Ware copper clad stainless steel cookware pan was called a sauce pot in their literature, though my mother called hers a Dutch oven. It holds 4-1/2 quarts and measures 9-3/8 inches diameter (not including the handles) by 4-1/2" deep.
The pot is in excellent, clean condition, the copper bottom recently polished to a nice gleam and the stainless steel shiny. There are the usual light, shallow marks inside from stirring and cleaning, typical for stainless cookware. The bottom sits almost flat but not quite - you can force a very slight rock when jiggled. You may prefer to use this pan on a normal coiled burner rather than a smooth cooktop. The knob lid finial is a bit dry - cleaning with Murphy's oil soap will help with the dry appearance. Made in the USA in Revere's Riverside California plant between 1949 and 1962 (the dates the Riverside plant was in existence).