Brushed Ware planter shape 105

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Hi: My name is Pat Burchfield and I recently recieved this bowl through my mother’s estate. I have no idea where she got it. For all I know it come have come from my grandmother. It appears to have been thrown[it is ribbed inside] It measures 6" tall by 7 1/2" across The wall is nearly 1/2" thick. Thanks for any help you can give me. Have a great day For some unknown reason I can only send one photo at a time. Hopefully i’m sending a photo of the bowl. It is marked in dark blue ink circle on the bottom: Red Wing Union Stoneware Co. Red Wing Minn. The inside is a dark olive green glaze, Thanks Pat

Answer: Hi Pat

this is a piece from the brushedware line, circa 1930. It’s a planter, shape #105. Value is around 90.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

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Red WIng 1091

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i was wondering if you could help me out on this piece ,i have looked but no luck,,on bottom it says,,red wing usa 1091, thank you, Fred

Answer: Hi Fred

this one is from the fourties timeframe, with a value of around 35.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

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Red Wing turquoise vase M 1605, Charles Murphy Designer

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We have a Red Wing turquoise vase with flecks. 5 in. high x 6 in. across at the top; round base and square at the top. The number is M-1605. I believe the M means it was designed by Murphy. Is this fleck nile blue? Can you give approximate date and value? Sandra

 

Answer: Hi Sandra

you are correct, the M is for a Murphy design. The glaze is also fleck nile blue. It dates to around 1958, with a value of 25.00. thanks, steve n rose

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Red Wing Vase 930

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I have a Red Wing Vase 930 Cream with a green inside. Is it worth anything

 

Answer: Hello

they are always worth something! It dates to around 1939/40. Value is about 40.00. thanks, steve n rose

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Red Wing bowl with gemetric shape

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Hi there, I work at a luxury consignment store in Chicago, and one of our consignors brought in a pottery piece that she said was Red Wing. The piece is a yellow glazed pot/planter with 3 decorative indentations and 3 triangular designs. It also has a "cracked" finish/look on the exterior. There is a faint blue stamp on the bottom that looks like it reads Red Wing Art, but I can’t read what is underneath (maybe numbers). The number 175 is engraved on the bottom as well. If you need additional photos, please let me know. Any information on this piece would be helpful. Thank you in advance. Best, Kate

 

Answer: Hi Kate

it is red wing, some of the earlier artware they did. Dates to around 1930 or so. The crackle in the glaze is normal. Value is around 70.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

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Red Wing Vase 550 and dish 850

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I have a white vase with handles & blue or aqua interior #550 Red Wing on the bottom. I also have a flat wing shape dish aqua or light green dish with Red Wing USA #850 . Could you please tell me about these and their approx. value? thank you for your help. Pat huppert

 

Answer: HI Pat

I can’t find the 550, could you check the numbers again for me? The 850 dish is from 1964, with a value of around 25.00. thanks, steve n rose

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Red Wing planter marked B2507, Belle Kogan designer

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Hi, I have a green Redwing planter marked B2507, with a reclining woman playing a lute leaning against an urn (with the planter hole) and a seated deer leaning against the urn and woman. It is 15 inches long and 7 1/2" high. Can you tell me anything about it? Thanks! Cathy

 

Answer: Hi Kathy

we call her the "muse", she is part of Kogan’s deluxe line of 1951. Value is around 120.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

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Red Wing 868

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What is this piece and what is the approximate value? Bottom reads Red Wing U.S.A. 868. Thank you!! Lori

 

Answer: Hi Lori

your low bowl is worth around 25.00. thanks, steve n rose

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Red Wing M 1612, Charles Murphy designer

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What is the year of this piece (I think it is a vase) and approximate value? Bottom says Red Wing U.S.A. M-1612. Lori

Answer: Hi Lori

these shapes are considered planters. It dates 1958, and is worth around 35.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

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