I have a unique redwing pottery vase that I have not seen anywhere else in our 20 years of collecting. Could you provide an estimate of its value? It is approximately 12 1/2″ tall, has some small pits in the glaze but is in good condition overall.
Answer: This vase is from 1929 and glaze color is Light Green. According to the Red Wing Art Pottery book by Ray Reiss the 2003 price guide puts the value at 200-250 if in mint condition
I have a what I believe is a Chuck Murphy Redwing M-1429 in excellent condition…as pictured. What would be a general price on this item. The bottom has engraved: “RED WING USA M-1489”. Thank you.
Answer: I was able to locate the M- 1489 in the Ray Reiss Art Pottery two book. It was produced around 1955.
According to the 2003 price guide from the Reiss book it is valued at $55-75 with no damage.
Got this at a yard sale but I can’t tell what this is, perhaps a vase? It’s about 7″ tall.
The sticker says “75 years – Red Wing 1878-1953″
Any idea of value?
Please & Thank you for your help!
can’t find the shape number off hand, but think it’s a Kogan design, from around 1950, textura. value around 25.00. thanks, steve n rose
Could you give me some idea what this saucer is worth? Sure would appreciate it. Mary
probably around 20.00 or so, a lot of flower pots were bisque, unglazed. thanks steve n rose
My father would like me to find out what this piece is and a value. I have been trying on my own but know next to nothing on how to search. Hoping you can help me give a 87 year old some answers.
Answer: t\This is shape 909. It was designed around 1939 by Belle Kogan. Value is around $25.00 in perfect condition. thanks, steve n rose
Was wondering if you had any information on these two red wing items in the attached picture.
I can’t seem to find any info on the internet. If you could tell me about them and what an estimated value would be would be great.
The yellow duck-shaped item is an individual ashtray from Red Wing’s Gypsy Trail dinnerware line. The catalogs listed these as Duck Ashtrays and showed them as available in the standard Gypsy Trail colors (blue, orange, yellow, turquoise and white). They were made from about 1937 to 1942.
Value fora Duck Ashtray in excellent condition is $40 to $60. Some are marked RED WING, others are not marked. The value for a marked ashtray would on the higher end of the range. Larry
the frog is a planter, #992,worth around 60.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose
Hi there, My mother-in-law recently gave me this pink vase that was passed down from a grandparent. Here are a few pictures of it. It has a faint “RED WING” on the bottom and maybe a number below that. So I was wondering if you could tell me about it and if you would know how much it would be worth? Thanks so much for any information you can provide, Danielle
Answer: I can’t find the shape number, but from the glaze I would say 1950 ish, a simple form, maybe worth around 25.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose
Emailing you per the instructions on your website for “Ask the Experts” though I realize you have an annual convention and might be crazy busy at this time. But if you have the time to respond, that would be great.
Attached find my RumRill “Anthenian” art deco vase. It is 8.5 inches high and marked 571 on the bottom along with the words RumRill. It’s in great shape – I received it from my grandmother. I would appreciate an estimate on its value.
Thank you so very much!
Answer: Hi Cindy
yes, rumrill, made by Red Wing, late 1930′s. value has declined on the nudes a bit, but still a nice item. Value around maybe 350.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose
I have 2 vases from the Thunderbird Motel built in 1962 in Bloomington, MN. I was told these were made at the Red Wing Pottery. Can you verify that? If they are RW, what would the value be? Pictures attached. It is a dull glaze. Good condition. No chips.
Thanks for your help.
yes, these are a Red Wing item. I really don’t have a good price estimate for them, I think they are fairly rare. thanks, steve n rose
Good morning. I have a Red Wing vase that my parents
received for a wedding gift in 1940. The Vase is blue and stands 12 inches high with the number 816 on the bottom. There is a chip on the bottom otherwise it is in great shape.
I was wondering the value. I have attached a picture for you.
the timeframe is correct, late 30′s, part of the Kogan 100 line. with the chip, value around 35.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose