Red Wing 651 boot shape

Question:
I have green vase that was my mom’s. It’s in the shape of a women’s hightop shoe with a 1 inch heel. It’s in great condition and has a design on the toe and up the back of the shoe. On the bottom it says RED WING USA 651. Thanks Peggy

Answer: Hi Peggy

the shoe vase/planter, is from the mid fifties. Value is around 55.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

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Red Wing B-2113a

Question:
I have a Red Wing – "Red Wing" w/a taper candle holder in the center. The outer side of the wing has a texture like tree bark. The other side is smooth. Color is a light rose. Inside is light gray. It’s 4 3/4" long, 3 1/4" wide at widest part & 2 1/2" deep. The # on bottom is: B2113A Glaze on inside is cracked in 2 places. Thanks for any info. Betty

Asnwer: Hi Betty

it’s part of the Textura line from around 1952. With the hairlines, value is around 10.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

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Lamp with pink and blue glaze

Question:
I am not sure if this is unmarked Red Wing or not. My grandparents received this lamp as a wedding gift in the 20′s in Mlps., (grandpa always hated it). The only other lamp I have seen like this was at a antique store in Red Wing. No markings on the bottom. Gail

Answer: Hi Gail

I don’t recognize it as a Red Wing shape, and am not sure as to who made it. Sorry, wish we could be of more help. thanks, steve n rose

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Red Wing 735 pitcher

Question:
I just purchased a Red Wing bluish/purple pitcher #735 at an auction. Please tell me more about it and an estimated value. Thank you, Pam

Asnwer: Hi Pam

can you send a pic? or recheck the number? It isn’t listed in my art pottery books. You can email a photo to the RWCS business office at director@redwingcollector.org

thanks, steve n rose

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Red Wing M – 1486, Charles Murphy Designer

Question:
I cannot find anything on the web regarding this piece. Help would be appreciated. The dish is 8" x 12" on the top side of the scallops. Inside is 4 1/2"x 8 1/2". The bottom has "REDWING U.S.A. M-1486". Ginger

 

Answer: it’s an art pottery form from 1955, designed by Charles Murphy. The glaze is fleck green, fairly common item. Value is around 20.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

Here are the links to some previous questions with photos

Blue Fleck:

http://www.redwingcollectors.org/content/view/1664/116/

Light Green:

http://www.redwingcollectors.org/content/view/3032/116/

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