Red Wing Vase #950

Question:
Is it possible to date and provide the value of the Red Wing 950 Vase?
Thanks,Jim S.
Answer:
This one dates to around 1939, I’m pretty sure it is a Belle Kogan design.  Value is around $35.00 or so.
thanks, steve n rose

Damaged Garden Club vase #5011

Question:
I am looking for info on a purple to pink bowl with markings Red Wing 5011 including estimated value. It does have 2 hairline cracks.

Answer:
This is part of the Garden Club shapes, circa 1957.  With the cracks, value is minimal, maybe $5.00 or so.
thanks, steve n rose

RumRill Vase #599

Question:
What is the value of a RumRill vase, #599?
Thank you, Kris & Jerry

Answer:
This one is worth around $65.00 or so.
thanks, steve n rose

Red Wing Vase #792

Question:
I have a question concerning my Red Wing Piece. It is circular with half circle flutes around the rim of the bowl, it is orange on the inside and a cream/white on the outside. On the bottom of the piece it says Red Wing USA 792. We have been unable to locate any other pieces that match this description. We were hoping you would be able to identify this piece for us.

Thank you so much,Sarah

Answer:
This is part of the Prismatique line of 1962.  Value is around $45.00.
thanks, steve n rose

Art Pottery Dish

Question:
I am attaching a picture of a piece and I am wanting to know first if it is a Red Wing piece and, if so, it’s value.  It measures 10 1/2 inch diameter and a 3 inch vase.  It is a matte pink color and is heavy.  I cannot read the words or number on the bottom.

Answer:
I think it is Red Wing, can’t find the number right off my head.  Value around 50.00 or so.
thanks, steve n rose

Red Wing Lamp

Question:
Hi. I have been trying to get verification that this is a Red Wing piece. I believe it was made between the 20s or 30s. I saw one sold with a different lamp shade, last year for $700.00. This looks like a cattail design, the base is about 8″ tall and the width is about 5″. The lamp shade I believe is copper but was added to the lamp. The condition is very good. Slight blue color at the base that blends into brown. Thank you for your help. Suzanne K.

Answer:
It’s Red Wing, the cat tail lamp, from the brushware line, circa 1930.  Value  is around $150.00 or so.  thanks, steve n rose

Vase #755

Question:
I have a Red Wing vase marked 755 but cannot find the value. it is in great condition. Thanks, Candy

Answer:
There are two different forms of the 755, one is from the Kogan 100 line circa 1939, it has handles, value around 65.00.  The toher is a fluted bud vase shape, from 1961, value on that one is around 30.00 or so.  thanks, steve n rose

Reused Red Wing Molds

Question:
Hi, I am trying to find out more information on the origin of a pair of vases marked Red Wing #892, USA and Made in USA HJ(D?) on the base. They have beautiful flower decorations and seem professionally developed but I cannot find any references linking them to Red Wing Pottery.  Can you help me? Pictures attached.  Thanks.
Randolph

Answer:
These are Red Wing shapes, done for JB Hudson’s, I believe a department store.  Value is around  55.00 or so.
thanks, steve n rose

Brushware Wall Pocket

Question:
What do you think about this piece. Info below:Western Rainsbottom

Could you please tell me if this is Red Wing, age, and price? I got this at an auction and do not know much about it.

Thank you,
Cathy M.

Answer:
Red Wing didn’t make any brushed ware wallpockets that I know of, I believe it’s Western Stoneware, or possibly Robinson Rainsbottom, out of Ohio.  Nice looking, but I can’t help you much more than that.
thanks, steve n rose

Vase #1624 in Cinnamon

Question:

Greetings, This piece is 7 inches high and 3 inches in diameter and says “Red Wing USA 1624″. I’d like to know more about it, including an estimate of value.
Thanks for your time, Margaret

Answer:
This dates to 1959, I think the glaze is Cinnamon.  Value is around $25.00 or so.
thanks, steve n rose