Found a ‘planter’ piece—It is described in ‘Red Wing Potters & Their Wares’ Second Edition by the Teffts’.
The one I am looking at is shown on page 169 of this book — middle row—left hand side. It is marked ‘red wing art pottery’ Mint condition—little dirt ring on inside. Can you advise an approximate value?
Answer: Patsy, this is shape 105, from around 1930. value is around 80.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose
Green pitcher on the left….This piece is at an auction I am going to be going to. Is it worth anything? I have not seen another like it. Thank you for your time! Susan
Answer: it’s from around 1930, value around 75.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose
Hello my name is Jim Ferraguti and I live in Bellevue Nebraska and have been collecting red wing crocks and have stumbled across some other red wing pottery pieces, I really like them cause they are so Americana and unique. One that I was wondering is a black and white pitcher with red wing usa 2313 on the bottom. Are these numbers of any significance and what would something like this be valued at. It’s black with white speckaled blotting all over. It almost looks as if it was fired twice with a glossy finish. Can you be more helpful or will I need to try and send a picture of it. I don’t know all the ins and outs of internet picture sending but I could get my grandson to help me out. Thank You. Jim
Answer: Hi Jim
slip on down to Lincoln, and see the museum! this pitcher is from 1954, the bottom number is it’s shape number. the glaze is from the Oxford line, it is fairly uncommon. value is around 85.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose
I have two questions including pictures of a couple of my finds. Please comment on the age and the worth of these items. Thank you in advance for your information.
#1, I picked up this Ashtray at an Estate Sale. It was just differant enough to catch my eye. Can you give me an idea of the age and the worth? It is in mint condition, very high gloss glaze. The number on this piece is 890. The horse just cracks me up, kinda whimsical, not a very tough looking horse. Rhonda
the ashtray is from around 1965, value around 50.00 or so, and the basket #285 is a RumRill item, from the mid 30′s. value on it about 55.00. the numbers are mixed an matched, so, no 50-677 aren’t all RumRill items. thanks, steve n rose
I recently found this Engobe piece in a local antique shop. I would like to know the value of this piece and when it was produced. It says e Wing 1327 on the bottom.
Answer: these are pretty hard to find, from Murphy’s African series, as we call it, circa 1949. I would guess 200.00 or better if in perfect condition. thanks, steve n rose
I inherited a Red Wing console bowl. It has the number 750 along with Red Wing USA imprinted on the bottom. It is in very good condition; no crack or chips. It has a smooth bronze color finish. Any information as to age and value would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. Carol
this one dates to 1961, with a value of around 25.00. thanks, steve n rose
I have a vase with the marking on the bottom saying red wing USA 1354. It is 7 1/2 inches high and green. It is in perfect condition. Also, ! I have another…..about 9 inches tall…pale grey? trailing leaves on side and handles? Says Red Wing, USA 1162 on the bottom. Could you tell me something about it? Wendy
Answer: Wendy, the 1354 was designed in 1949, value is around 40.00 or so. Here is a link to a previous question regarding the 1162
thanks, steve n rose
Question: Greetings, I inherited a Red Wing Pottery Vase from my grandmother. I would like to find out how much it is worth. It is 13 inches tall—green glaze with two handles. It is in perfect condition. It has the Red Wing Pottery mark on the bottom. I expect that it was purchased in the 1920s or 30s.
this is shape 155, from around 1930. there are 3 sizes, this is the middle one. Value is around 120.00 or so, in mint condition. thanks, steve n rose
Hi Red WIng Experts,
I inherited two Red Wing vases and am curious about their approximate value. I do some appraisals via email for antique tools and know the problems in doing so but I’m wondering if these vases are common or something worth investigating further.
See attached pictures. The vases are 9 1/4 inches tall, 3 inch square bottom, 5 inch square top. The markings on the bottom are very hard to read but I think it says
There are no external chips but one vase has some interior cracking in the glaze.
Thanks for the free service you provide.
Answer: Hi MIke
this is shape #1259, from around 1954. Value is about 25.00 each. thanks, steve n rose
I have a piece of redwing art vase, labeled 1301, redwing, usa on the bottom of the vase, it is a turquoise blue color and the glaze has a smooth crackled finish, that looks like very tiny geometric designs. The interior of the vase is black. It is 5 inches tall, and the vase opening is 4 inches across, 4 1/2 inches total width, the base is 2 3/4 inches across. It is in perfect condition, no chips, cracks, and has been in my family for two generations, my grandmother to my mother, now to her grandson. I would like to know when it was made, and approximate value for insurance purposes. Any information you can give would be helpful, I am sorry, but I do not have a digital camera for a picture.
Thank you! Derik
Answer: Hi Derik
the shape is from 1947, and the glaze is called crackled turquoise. Value is around 30.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose