Red Wing Canoe 12 inch

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I have inherited a green canoe that is about 10-12 inches in length. It is numbered 265 and stamped Red Wing Art Society. I would appreciate any info regarding this piece. Sherry

Answer: Hi Sherry

Your canoe is from around 1930, there is actually a small flower frog that sits in the bottom of it. Value is around 95.00. thanks, steve n rose

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Red Wing USA M-5006

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I have this piece of Red Wing pottery that I got in a box from an auction. Im not sure what it is. It is in perfect shap. no nick, chips or cracks. The bottom says Red Wing USA M-5006. It is 11" Wide x 4 1/2" Deep x 3" Tall. I am interested in selling it if anyone would like it. Thank you. Vickie

Answer: Hi, It looks to be shape 5006, part of the garden club line, circa 1957. It is a console bowl. Value is around 20.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

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RED WING USA M 1470, designer Charles Murphy

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Hi I live in Stockholm, Sweden. I received these two candleholders from neighbours who moved out. They are stamped RED WING USA M 1470. It would be interesting to know, if possible, when they were made and if they have any value. Thank you. Lilian Sy

Answer: Hi Lilan

think this is my first question from across the pond! these candleholders are designed by Charles Murphy, in 1954. Value for the pair is around 90.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

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Green Brushed ware vase – Red Wing?

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Any chance this pot is Red Wing? Are there any Red Wing Pieces that did not have the emblem? beige Green Brushware 12" Tall X 10" wide Flower pot / Vase Don

Answer: Hi Don

this shape doesn’t look familiar to me, I don’t thin it’s Red Wing. Nice shape, but I don’t know who the maker is. thanks, steve n rose

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Red Wing Vase shape 186 – green

Question:
I have a vase I told a freidn I would help her sell. Shes a retired teacher that is runing short of funds. It has the blue red wing mark. Any help would be greatly appreciated…maker, year, style…ect ect…it just over 12" tall. You can also see better pictures at this link… Thanks, Doug h

Answer: Hi Doug

this is a vase from around 1930, Shape #186, made by Red Wing. it came in 3 sizes, this being in the middle. Value is around 100.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

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Oil Lamp

Question:
Hi experts, I recently aquired this kerosene lamp at an estate sale. It is 8" to the burner collar and 7.5" in dia. at the top and 6" at the base. The reservoir is brown glazed inside and was inserted into the base before firing. There is a vine and berry accent around the top rim. Thougjt it might have been an afterthought, but the filler cap leads me to believe that it was made this way originally. Hope the picture makes it to you. Any info would be greatly appreciated and to know if it is a RW item. Thanks much. Regards, Jerry

my kerosene lamp and forgot to mention that in the hole on the bottom that there are hand etched munbers: 1134, 1136, 1173-38 and 45. Hope this may help. Thanks, Jerry

Answer: Hi Jerry

thanks for the pic, I can’t find this particular shape in any of the Red Wing book. It does look to be made for kerosene. I’m not sure who the maker is. Still a nice looking lamp. thanks, steve n rose

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Red Wing lamp?

Question:
My husband thinks that this is a RedWing Lamp, but I cannot find it in our RedWing Books. Can you confirm that it is RedWing? Thanks

Answer: Hello

I can’t find this shape in our books, either. I don’t think it is Red Wing, Wish I could be of mor ehelp, thanks, steve n rose

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