Sugar and Creamer

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This is a sugar and creamer. They are clay not sure of the mark. You can see the clay through the turquoise. Do you recognize this mark? Thank you Crystal
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Bob White #330

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Dear Larry;I recently inherited a twelve piece dinner set with the Red Wing 330 stamped on the bottom. There are several serving pieces and a large salad bowl, the graveyboat and other serving pieces have matching copper holders that can hold candles to keep food warm. When I was growing up we called it the chickadee pattern. Could you tell me the correct name? In the salad bowl there is a hen and two baby chicks. The color is biege with brown and turqouse outlining the birds. Thankyou for your help! Sincerely Donna Hassey
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Bob White Water Cooler

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I have a crock with a spigot. It has a Bob White and baby on front, nothing on the back. It has the speckled beige paint. It is approximately 11 inches tall, 30 inches around, and 8 1/4 inches across the opening. It is marked Red Wing on the bottom. Do you have any idea when it was made and how much it is worth? I thank you for your time. Diane
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Red Wing Dutch Girl Cookie Jar

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I have a cookie jar, I know it is a Red Wing 1920 dutch girl. It has the Red Wing stamp on the bottom along with numbers D-130,328 D-130,329 and D-130,390 in blue. She is about 11" tall and 7" wide. I was hoping someone could tell me a little about her or if she is worth anything. Thank you Jennifer
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Red Wing Quartette

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I recently acquired this coffee pot. I’m not too sure of the pattern although I think it’s Red Wing Quartette in chartreuse. If you could verify that and let me know an approximate age and value I\’d be grateful! Thanks. Bill H.
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Flight Dinnerware

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Helping a friend set up for an estate sale, I just came across a service for 8 of Red Wing "Flight" dinnerware. I am sorry that I cannot get a picture of it for you. Would you be able to tell me its value? There are dinner plates, luncheon plates, elliptical- shaped bowls, mugs and saucers, and an oblong service piece. Is this as terrific as I think it may be? Thank you Karen
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Bakeware (Oomph) dinnerware?

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My mother-in-law recently passed away and my husband and I acquired some Red Wing Pottery/Stoneware (we’re not really sure how to classify it). There is a salad bowl with salad spoon and fork, a casserole dish with cover, two bowls, and a set of salt and pepper shakers. The set is brown on the outside and a sagish green on the inside and a band around the top. They all say Red wing USA on the bottom except the salt and pepper – one of which has the initials RW. I cannot upload a picture at this time, but could possibly get you one later this week. Any help you can give us would be greatly appreciated. Thank you ~ Elsa Green
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Chuck Wagon/Round Up Chip Dip Set

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Hello, My dad gave this to me but we don’t know what to call it. There is a large bowl and a smaller one with a metal piece so that you can put them together. The pattern I believe is called Chuck wagon. The numbers on the bottoms are 119 and 120. Please let me know if you can tell me anything about it. Thanks, Sue
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Lotus Dinnerware

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I have a set of Lotus dinnerware. 10 5 piece place settings and some serving pieces, gravy boat, water pitcher, divided vegetable bowl, salt, pepper, sugar and creamer. Nearly mint as it has been used very little. It is part of my mothers estate and we are trying to establish a value. Thank you. Glenda
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