Crackle Turquoise W/Bronze #1333

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I have a bowl that I believe is from the Square Based Crackle Series. Stands 5.25" tall, bowl rim is 7.75" across, Brown mottled base and turquoise crackle bowl. Marked on bottom RED WING USA 1333. Can you tell me more about this: year made, designer, value? Thank you for any information you can supply, Thanks Jane

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Hi Jane, You are correct with the glaze. Crackle Turquoise W/Bronze, listed as a special glaze. The design was introduced in 1947, by Charles Mruphy, I believe. It’s value would be about $80.00. There are a pair of candleholders that go with the bowl. Makes a nice centerpiece. thanks, steve n rose


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Low Bowl M-1447

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We have a piece of artware with the item number m-1447, it is yellow on the outside and green on the inside. We were just wondering what is its value. Thanks Linda

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Hi Linda, Your M1447 is a low bowl designed by Charles Murphy (the M is for Murphy), designed in 1954. It’s value is around $20.00. thanks, steve n rose


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Vase #975

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I have a vase that has Redwing stamped on the bottom with the number 975. The vase is 6" tall and 5" wide. It is a cream color and is free of any chips. It has what appears to be a magnolia bloom on it the same color as the vase. Can you give me an idea of the value? Thank you.

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Hi Dean, Your vase is from the Magnolia line, circa 1939. The glaze is ivory/antiqued brown. It’s estimated value is about $35.00. thanks, steve n

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Cream Vase #1030

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I have a vase that has the markings on the bottom that says red wing usa 1030 its 9" high cream like glazed with raised flowers kinda brown within the the creasing of the flowers. it doesnt look like the pictures im seeing but it was past down from my great grandmother. Thanks Kathy

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Hi Kathy, Your vase is from around 1940, belonging to the Magnolia group. Antique ivory is the glaze. In good shape it should be worth $75.00 or so. Many people just collect the Magnolia lines. thanks, steve n rose


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Flower Pot

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Can you tell me anything about this pot? Thank you. Sorry about the size, I’m not sure how to make it bigger. Thanks Bev

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Hi Bev, Your picture is fine, although a size for your flower pot would help! It is shape 445, and was made for several years, in many glazes. Believe yours is cypress green which would date it to 1959-60. The value would be around 20-25. thanks, steve n rose


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Bowl #1348

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I found a Red Wing piece which is numbered (1348). I was wondering about an approximate value it may have. It is in rather good condition but has some superficial fine cracks inside the piece.

I didn’t know anything about Red Wing till today and I’m fasinated by the history.

Your time and info is greatly appreciated. Thanks, Janet

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Janet, you have a low bowl, circa late 1940′s. Worth around 15-20. A fairly common shape. Red Wing has something for everyone–stoneware, dinnerware, and art pottery. A multitude of shapes and colors most people aren’t familiar with. Thanks, steve n rose


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Green Vase #1114

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I have a green vase, I am attaching photo attached, any information or approx value would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Christy

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Hi Christy, Your vase is from 1942, has the WWII look. The shape # is 1114. From the pic the glaze looks like luster tan, lined with green. It’s value would be about $30.00. thanks, steve n rose


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75th Anniversary Condiment Set

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We discovered a five piece Red Wing Art Pottery condiment set (?) with the stickers still on all the pieces. It was a wedding gift in 1951. The four curved outer pieces are #1381, and the round inner bowl is #1380. In addition, we found a red wing stamped 75th Anniversary 1858-1953. It also appears to be brand new. Both items have been packed away for many, many years. Could you please help us with approximate value, and how we would go about selling the pieces to interested collectors. I would hate to see them just get lumped together with other pottery in an auction. Thanks for your help, Doug

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Hi Doug, The five piece set should bring around 70-80, lots of times a piece is missing. Red Wing did several pieces for the 75th anniversary, so I would need more info on that. Ebay is usually the best bet to sell, lots of our collectors watch it on a regualr basis. If it is a family piece I would keep it. I know you can’t keep everything, but we see very personal family history being sold at auctions all the time. thanks, steve n rose

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Rummrill 547

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Have you ever seen or heard of any rumrill items marked RUMMRILL (with 2 M’s) instead of just one? I have an ice pitcher with this misspelling and the number 547. If you have any ideas on whether this would be a true rumrill pottery piece I would greatly appreciate it. Including picture. Thanks–Suzanne

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Hi Suzanne, I think it is indeed a true Rum Rill ice lip pitcher. I have not seen any "fakes". Maybe it was made Monday morning. thanks, steve n rose

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8 inch Canoe

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I found a canoe about 8 inchs long marked red wing can you tell me any thing about it and what it is worth. Thanks Keith

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Hi Keith Your canoe may belong to the birch bark line circa 1960, but the small one is listed as being as over 9" long, # 734. The glaze should be a soft white with a brown antiqued look. If so, it is indeed from the the Birch Bark line, and worth around $120.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

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