I have this 14″ high vase and was told it was a Charles Murphy design from 1958. Will you tell me the name of the line or series it came from?
I was also told, it was valued at about $100 back in 2003. Would you know the approximate value today?
Thank you so much,
they are correct, a murphy design, from that timeframe. I would say 100.00 or so, maybe a little more, if it’s in perfect condition. thanks, steve n rose
my mother in law came arcoss this bowl in an estate. It is new condition
this is a simple console bowl, from the mid fifties. Value is around 20.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose
We have started collecting the above Red Wing Pottery pieces and were curious as to how many different colors are available of this style and when they were produced. Any information on this series as well as the M-1509 bud vase as we are thinking about getting into the coordinating colors of these bud vases as well.
Thank you for your time.
they date to 1954, all four fleck glazes, with black and white are from that year. There are probably more, I’m sure they were made for more than one year. You might look for #1511, it has a kind of reverse handle from the 1510…. hope this helps, thanks, steve n rose
Dear Rose and Steve Splittgerber,
I have two Red Wing #220 Pitchers, each with the dragon figure on its handle. Reading over the previous assessments on the Red Wing Collectors Society website, I understand that the dates that the pitchers were produced and their values are dependent upon their color and glazing.
I am interested in selling these two items either to an antique vendor, on ebay, or in a garage sale and would like to know their approximate date and value for the sale. Your help is much appreciated.
I also want to thank you for having a very useful and user-friendly website.
Answer: Hi Kristine
these date to the late 30′s, I think somewhere around 75.00 each would be a fair price. thanks, steve n rose
I have an orange triangle shaped pot marked Red Wing USA 931. I’m interested in when it was made and what it’s alien might be. It’s 6 1/2 in H, 10 1/2 in L and 7 in W.
this is from the decorator planter series in 1965. this is the top, it has a base it fits in #930. Value is around 25.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose
Question: Is this peice of Red Wing Valueable or rare?
Answer: this cornucopia dates to around 1957, not really rare, with a value of around 30.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose
I came accross this redwing pottery piece when I was cleaning out my Mother-In-Laws chicken house. Would you be able to tell me about it (what exactly it is, approximate value, where made, etc) I would say it is some kind of planter but really not sure. It is approximately 4 inches tall & wide and 12 inches long. It has a pink glazing on it. No cracks or chips but does have a few light stains from a plant being potted in the container. On the bottom it has 758 Redwing. A picture is attached. Thanks Shirley
Answer: Hi Shirley
this is a console bowl, from 1953. Value is around 25.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose
Hello, I was wondering if you could give me a little more information on this beautiful Red Wing black vase? The bottom says Rum Rill 318 Thank you John from Minnesota
Answer: Hi John
this dates to the mid thirties. Value is around 50.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose
Was wondering if you could give me a little more info on this vase. It stands a little over 7 and 3/4″ high and measures 16 – 1/4″ at widest circumference.
Outside blue inside pinkish. Reads Red Wing on bottom. But can not make out other inprint.
Any info will be greatly appreciated.
J & P
thanks for the pics, most helpful. this was designed in 1942, I think the glaze is lusterblue/with pink. value is around 30.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose
We recently acquired this wine decanter I understand was made between 1932-1937 and is Pamperian pattern 616L RumRill. Can you please provide some additional information, if it’s rare and what it’s possibly worth? It’s in near mint condition with no major chips or cracks that I can find. Please see attached pics It stands 11.5″ tall x 9″ in diameter at the bottom base. The neck is 6.25″ tall and the opening from handle to spout is 4″ long x 2.5″ wide.
Thank you in advance for your help and response.
your ewer is part of the Vintage line from the mid 30′s. the glaze is called Pompeian. this particular shape has mirror image forms, hence, left and right. Value is around 90.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose