Red Wing vase 177

Question:

 

A green vase marked Red Wing Pottery 177, can you give me any information about this vase?  it is in very good condition

 

Thank you,

 

Peggy

Answer:

Hi Peggy
this dates to 1930 or so.  Value is around  50.00.  thanks, steve n rose

Chromoline 682 and Doric Line, same shape

Question:

What can you tell me about this vase. The orange one has the part number 682?

Answer:

The orange vase is from the Chromoline series that dates from the 1960s and the glaze color on the stripe one is rust and green. The value for this shape is $150. The RWCS actually did this shape as our commemorative last year.

The blue one is from the Doric line, a year after the chromoline, value around 70.00 on that one.  thanks, steve n rose

928 Red Wing

Question:

 

Please take a look at these pictures and see if you can identify the vase for me.  On the bottom of the vase is the number 928 Red Wing.

Thank you,

Tony

Answer:

tony
this is a redwing item, from 1939.  Value around 50.00 or so.  thanks, steve n rose

Red Wing 5023, Anniversary Line pitcher

Question:

I would like info on a Red Wing pitcher I own and don’t know where to go for this info. Could you help me with this problem.

It is a Red Wing pitcher with the # 5023 on it.  Would like to know its value and how old it may be.

Thanks

Darlene

Answer:

the 5023 is designed for the anniversary line, 1953.  those have a two tone glaze, grey/red, black/white, value around 65.00.  there are some others, all one color, value around 45.00.  hope this helps, thanks, steve n rose

Red Wing 215 vase

Question:

Hello,

I tried to post this to your site’s Ask the Experts section, but I don’t see any way to post a new note? Is it necessary to be a member to post to that forum?

Anyhow, my grandmother had a blue Red Wing vase, about 6″ tall, with elephant heads forming the handles with their trunks. It is around 80-100 years old. She was born in 1900, and lived in Minneapolis for 12 years in the late ’20s and early ’30s.

Is there anything you can tell me about this?

Thanks in advance… Jon

Answer:

Hi Jonathan
this is the 215s, the 6″ vase.  there is a 10″ one as well.  they are from the early 1930′s.  Most sell for around 80.00 or so.  thanks, steve n rose

RumRill Ball Jug, #50

Question:

I have a RumRill Ball Jug 6 1/4 ” Tall , Marked #50, Without the stopper, the color is a light turquoise is it called Nokomis glaze ? Does it have a value without the stopper ? Thank-you for your time.  Stacy

Answer: Stacy
this is a RumRill jug, but the glaze isn’t nokomis, just a standard RumRill glaze.  There is value without the stopper, a lot of those got lost along the way.  I would say around 40.00 or so.  thanks, steve n rose

Dachshund Planter, shape 906

Question:

Could you help me verify this planter? It does not have the label on it that says redwing art pottery. I do believe it is Redwing. It is 12 inches long. I cannot find any numbers on it or anything. there is no chips or cracks on this piece. Its pretty perfect. 

Thank you

Barb

Answer:

Hi barb
this is a redwing item, #906. from 1964.  there are two forms, similiar, but this is the larger one.  Value is around 200.00 or so.  thanks, steve n rose

B1408, a Belle Kogan shape

Question:

Hi,

Can you tell me about this bowl? It measures 13″ x 10 1/2″ at its widest points. It’s marked “Red Wing USA” and the number looks like B1408. It is great condition.

Thanks,

Richard

Answer:

this is B1408, a Belle Kogan shape from 1953, there are several of these “morphic” shapes in bowl forms.  Value is around 20.00 or so.  thanks, steve n rose

Kogan 100 line, shape 799, designer Belle Kogan

Question:

Thank you so much for your time and your response!   I did see the two prior questins on your website which led me to believe that my vases are not the Prismatique-line.  The vases I have are not star shaped.  They are approx 11″ tall.  I am led to believe they are dated in the 1940′s because the Red Wing Marking does not contain the word USA.   I shrunk down the pictures I sent earlier and re-attached them. 

Thank You again for your time.

Lesa 

I did see the two prior questins on your website which led me to believe that my vases are not the Prismatique-line.  The vases I have are not star shaped.  They are approx 11″ tall.  I am led to believe they are dated in the 1940′s because the Red Wing Marking does not contain the word USA.   I shrunk down the pictures I sent earlier and re-attached them. 

 

Thank You again for your time.

Lesa

Answer:

yes, this is from the Kogan 100 line, 1938, value around 60.00 or so.  the other is from Kogan’s Prismatique line, the tall 14″ vase.  thanks, steve n rose

Red Wing USA 5019

Question:

Red Wing USA 5019  It’s rectangular 91/2 x 51/2 & about 2/1/4 ” tall with a small pedestal base. Kind of an oatmeal color, more of a fruit bowl or planter than vase. TX! Deb

Answer: this is a simple bowl from the Garden line, from 1957.  Value is around 20.00 or so.  thanks, steve n rose

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