Red WIng 1118 vase

Question:
i have a green vase mint condition. says red wing u.s.a.1118 on the bottom. how much is it worth? Patty

Answer: Hi Patty

your vase dates to the early 40′s, value is around 30.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

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Swan planter 259

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Hi there. I have this swan planter that I have been told is red wing but I haven’t found anything like it. It is marked 260 on the underside. If you could take a peek I would appreciate it. It is larger than the Red Wing swan vases that I see are number 259.

 

Answer:

the 259 swan planters were made for several years, starting in the thirties. They came in many different glazes, as well. Value is around 35.00 each. thanks, steve n rose

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Deer Lobby Jar with note

Question:
I have a red wing crock about 5GL embossed with a woodland scene and a stag and a doe. under the deer looks like a masonic symbol It has a note inside that says it was once owned by mike holm MN longest serving sec. of state . I looked him up and he was a shriner I think it was a presention peice to him, but not sure. need more info if you could help . thanks gary gehrke cass lake MN

 

Answer: Hi Gary

A lot of these lobby/sand jars were used in commercial places of business. There is a circle mark under the deer, but that is from where a spigot hole was on some coolers done by another company. It could have belonged to him, but I don’t think it’s a masonic symbol. still a nice item, if bottom marked, value is 350.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

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Red Wing 1087

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I have a Red Wing #1087, made in USA. I don’t know how to do a picture. It reminds me of a sea shell, but it is a vase? light green, vine of leaves going up both sides. approx. 5 1/2 inches tall, beige on the inside. I would appreciate any information you can give me. Thank you so much…Gail

Answer: Hi Gail

your vase is from the early 1940′s. Value is around 35.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

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Red WIng 259 swan planters

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I have two swan vases, each identical to the other. Number on the bottom of each is Red Wing USA 259. Each is 6L X 5.5H X 3.5W One is a light green and the other is white. The green was my mothers and the other was just given to me. Do they have any value at all? Thank you for your help. Barbara

Answer: Hi barbara

the 259 swan planters were made for several years, starting in the thirties. They came in many different glazes, as well. Value is around 35.00 each. thanks, steve n rose

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Red Wing M-1526, Charles Murphy Designer

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A 14" tall footed vase, #M-1526, white on outside and soft green inside, it is fluted with straight lines from the bottom up to 9" and then the flutes are swirled. This fluting is both inside and out. Excellent condition: no chips, marks or discoloration. Found in my mother’s closet. I know she has had it a long time. Value? Who would want it? Jan

 

Answer: Hi Jan, it was designed in 1956, by Charles Murphy, that’s the "m". Value is around 50.00 or so on this one. thanks, steve n rose

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Red Wing 1195 vase

Question:
I have an old Red Wing vase, given to me by my great aunt. On the bottom it has the following information:
1195
RED-WING
U S A

The vase is off-white outside and green inside. The measurements are: 5.5" dia. at top, 5.0" at bottom, 4.5" height. It has floral motif faux ‘handles’ on 2 sides. Any help identifying this vase is appreciated. Maxine

Answer: Hi Maxine

your vase was designed in 1943, some came hand decorated, others aren’t, the one you have is a standard glaze. Value is around 30.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

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Light blue vase with raised flower design

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Hi; I found this piece and thought it may be early Red wing. There are no marks and the clay seems to be less polished. Can you tell by the pictures? I have more photos but was limited to one here. Trish

Answer: Hi Trish

I think you have a piece of McCoy pottery, can’t really give you a value, but it’s a point in the right direction. thanks, steve n rose

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