Red Wing Vase 1340, pegasus planter

Question:
hi, I have a pink Pegasus RW vase, 1340,with the horseshoe shape on the bottom. I paid 75, 10 years ago, I think I got took but youknow, had to have it, thanks Ruth

Answer: Hi Ruth

You do indeed have the pegasus planter, from 1949. Probably worth around 90.00 or so now. there is also a 1341 pegasus shape, if you like them. Nothing wrong with buying something you like! thanks, steve n rose

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Red Wing 278 bow

Question:
i came across a bowl it is medium size the green inside and white outside on the bottom it says redwing usa 278 can only find the colors in book not the number can you tell me anything about it. Jenna

Answer: Hi Jenna

I have an 8" bowl listed as a 278. popular shape, made for many years, and in a lot of glaze colors. Value is around 20.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

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Blue vase bottom – follow up

Question:
This is for Steve and Rose, they asked for a bottom picture of this bottle. You can just make out the shield and what lokks like a bird flyingh ot the right.Thanks, Richie

Answer: Hi again, richie

thanks for the pic, but I’m still not able to help you with identification on this one. wish I knew, thanks, steve n rose

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Red Wing Vase, shape 1296, “Lunch Hour” with names: Elizabeth, Eva and Mary dated 1947

Question:
I have a Hand Painted Red Wing Vase. It has 2 birds on a branch. On reverse side is a sprig of flowers and uner the glaze are the names Elizabeth, Eva and Mary. On the bottom is the factory Stamp and the date Apr 1947. Any info would be appreciated. George

Answer: Hi George

It looks to be a version of shape #1296, which is from 1947. The standard shape was usually done in one solid glaze color, not handpainted like this one. I think you do have a true lunch hour item. These are pretty hard to come by. These can sell for hundreds of dollars. thanks for the pic, it’s a nice find. thanks, steve n rose

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Red Wing 505 vase

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I have a vase stamped redwing usa 505 on the bottom, has handles on each side, brown outside color and like a very light blue on the inside. Very good to mint condition. Stands 7.5" tall and 4" dia. from bottom. Is it worth anything and how old is it? Thanks for any insight you can give me. Jim

Answer: Hi Jim

The 505 was designed in the early fifties, but was a very popular shape, done for many years, and in many different glazes. Value is around 25.00. thanks, steve n rose

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Red Wing 799, Prismatique line vase

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Grandma had a turquoise Red wing vase, with Red Wing 799 on the bottom. It is 14" tall with a star shaped opening and great sides. I think it is Prismatic. The glaze is crackly but otherwise it is in good shape. Lynne

Answer: Hi Lynne

you are right, it’s part of the Prismatique line from 1962. It’s the tallest shpe of this line, with a value of around 100.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

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Red Wing 1383 console bowl

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I’ve recently acquired this console bowl. It’s marked on the back Red Wing USA 1383. It measures 13 1/2" X 8 1/4" and the glaze colors are champagne and copper. I’m wondering how much this piece is worth without the candle holders. Thanks Tim

Answer: Hi Tim

this shapae dates to around 1949. Value is around 20.00. thanks, steve n rose

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Blue art pottery bottle shape

Question:
HI, Any chance this art pottery bottle is red wing? I’m at my wits end trying to figure this out. It’s about 5" at the widest point by about 9" tall. There is a mark on the bottom of a shield with maybe a bird(?) in the center of it. I will submit a second photo of that mark. Thanks so much, Richie

Answer: Hi Richie

it’s not a Red Wing shape, send me a pic of the bottom. thanks, steve n rose

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Red Wing 1370 vase

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I bought a vase today at a church sale for .25. It is 11 inches tall, pink on the inside, blue/grey on the outside, on the bottom it says Redwing USA and I believe the number is 1370. On the outside of the vase are are 4 leaves in relief that start at the top of the base and go up 6 inches. They are apx. 2 inches wide and look somewhat like a burr oak leaf. The vase also has ornate handles on the sides. Any idea information on this piece would be appreciated. Thanks, Tammi Poppe

Answer: Hi Tammi

think you have shape #1379, it fits your description. it was designed in 1949. Value is around 50.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

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Red WIng 622 candle holder pair

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I have a pair of grape cluster taper candle holders. They are cone colored with a chocolate brown glaze. They are in perfect condition. The bottom of the pieces say Redwing USA 622 do you know the approx age and value of these? thank you! Lorrie

Answer: Hi Lorrie

these are shapes from rumrill’s vintage group, but were made a little later, since they have the Red Wing mark. they date to around 1938/39. Value for the pair is around 40.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

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