Red Wing 969 Vase

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Hi, I have a flower pot with an attached saucer. The color is pale green with a high gloss glaze with an art deco design. The bottom is marked "969 Red Wing". Any information is appreciated. Thanks, Robyn

Answer: Hi Robyn

these date to the late 30′s, 3 sizes. Value is around 50.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

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Magnolia vase 1312

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I have a 1312 Magnolia vase, no cracks. Can you give me an estimate on its worth? Thank you, Elizabeth Hopkins

Answer: Hi Elizabeth

this shape is from 1947, and is part of the Magnolia group. Value is around 95.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

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Piano Planter M 1525, black glaze

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I have a piano black glaze #m-1525 no chips cracks couldu tell me what its worth thank you Donna

Answer:

The piano planter is shape #1525, from the mid fifties. Value is around 200.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

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Red Wing 1620 and M-1484

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my mom has given me a couple of pieces of pottery and I’m just wondering if they are worth something. Please let me know. One is a bowl and on the bottom is printed red wing usa 1620, the other is a banjo and on the bottom is printed red wing usa m-1484. Linda

Answer: Hi Linda

both pieces date to the mid fifties. The bowl is worth around 20.00 or so, and the banjo around 50.00. thanks, steve n rose

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Maple leaf shaped bowl with matte salmon/pink interior and shiny gray exterior

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Please provide the information as stated in #5 as available: Maple leaf shaped bowl with matte salmon/pink interior and shiny gray exterior measuring 9 inches from the tip of the leaf to the bottom and 10 inches from the tip of the leaves side to side with marking on the bottom RED WING USA 429. It has one tiny chip on the end of one point otherwise in excellent condition. Thank you very much for your consideration Charlotte

Answer: Hi Charlotte

this is a console bowl, from 1953. with the chip, value is around 15.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

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Red Wing U.S.A. 1360

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2 red wing vases both 8 inches tall. Bottom reads 1360 Red Wing U.S.A. One is white on the outside and green on the inside. The other is greyish with a rose color inside. Both are in mint condition. Enclosed is a picture of one of them. Thank you Michael

Answer: Hi Michael

these vases date to around 1949. Value is about 35.00 each. thanks, steve n rose

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Hamm’s Bear Bank

Question:
I was given this bear as a gift. It it about a foot tall, perfect condition with no cracks, not sure the glaze type but is also a bank. I was wondering what it might be worth? I have noticed in looking at other pictures of this bear that the Hamm’s wording was red but the wording on mine is white. Not sure this means anything but just thought I would point it out. Thank you for your time. Amy

Answer: Hi Amy

the Hamm’s bears usually sell for 300.00 or so, some have the red worn off, it doesn’t seem to affect the value very much. thanks, steve n rose

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Red Wing wall pocket, 1254

Question:
Thank you for such great detail on Red Wing. You are a great resource. I have a light greenish Red Wing wall pocket, 1254 or 1954. The bottom of the second digit is faint. It is 8" long, 6 3/4" wide and 2" deep. I believe it is mid to late 1940′s. Do you have any other information on wall pockets of this style? I want to collect wall pockets, but am not sure of value and sources, other than ebay. Thank you again for such a great site! ~Adam

Answer: Hi Adam

your wallpocket is from the mid fourties, shape #1254. I think there are around a half dozen or so different wallpockets made by Red Wing, most in the 40′s timeframe. As you know, there are a lot of people who collect strictly wallpockets. Most of these usually sell around the 75.00 dollar range. Glaze and shape also play a part in the price. good luck with your hunt! thanks, steve n rose

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Red Wing Bowl greeting/yellow with stamp

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I have in my posession a redwing pottery bowl. It is green and yellow in color with no chips or cracks. this measures approx. 8 1/4" in diameter and stands approx. 2" tall. there is a tag on it which reads Red Wing and has a series of dates ranging from 1878 – 1953. Can you tell me the value of this and what was it made for? thanks, Jim

Answer: Hi Jim

this piece dates to 1953, which was Red Wing’s 75th anniversary, hence the sticker. It’s just a simple bowl, the glaze is woodland green. value is around 20.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

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Chromoline M-3006 vase and 672 bowl with lid

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I’ve inherited a Red Wing vase, 16" tall, and a matching covered dish, approximately 7" in diameter. The vase had M-3006 on the bottom and the covered dish 672. I would like an estimate of what they might be worth. Susan

Answer: Hi Susan

both pieces are from the chromoline, circa 1960. the vase is worth around 225.00, and the candy dish about 90.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

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