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I received this pitcher from a friend and was wondering more about it and its value. Also anyone that would like to purchase it.
Light rose background Slight chip (?) on bottom but it looks like it has been glazed over. Can’t see the dull clay On the bottom is Red Wing, Hand painted, USA, 2103 No other chips or marks.
Any help would be appreciated
The photo shows a water pitcher from the Fruit dinnerware pattern. Fruit is one of many patterns made in the Concord shape. The pattern was designed by Belle Kogan and was produced from 1952 to 1955. The number 2103 is a stock or lot number; it does not identify the pattern and has no affect on value. Value for a Fruit pitcher in mint condition is $40-50. Damage will reduce the value by 25 to 75% or more depending on the extent and location of the damage.