Red Wing 547 Ball Pitcher

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I am beginning the process of downsizing. I am sending you an attachemnt of a Red Wing pitcher. The number of the bottom is #547. It says Red Wing on the bottom along with USA. The bottom has several small pieces of the blue pain off, but not really chipps Carol
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Spring Song Bread Plate

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We have a small plate 6-1/4" flat side to flat side. We absolutely cannont find this pattern anywhere. Help ! The mark is the red stamped Red Wing underglaze mark with the number 284. I can send that also if you like. Jim Patrick
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Hearthside Divide veggie tray

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Hello there… I was wondering if you could tell me the value of a couple of Red Wing pieces? One of which I do believe is part of a dinner set possibly as it resembles a double serving dish. It is Marked "Red Wing hand painted Oven Proof 341" The other is a turqoise apple which looks fairly old marked Red Wing on the bottom. And the last is a large HEAVY ash tray also marked on the bottom rim. Thanks for your time……. Rome and Jill
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Spruce Collection

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I have been collecting "Spruce" for many years and have a complete set of 24. I think I also have most serving pieces with the exception of the tallest cannister. What is the approximate value of the "Turquoise and White" bean pot and small casserole in the photo? It is the larger bean pot and smaller sized casserole. Both are in excellent condition. What other pieces were available in the Turquoise and White line? Thanks for any info you can pass my way and for the excellent website that I just found. Paul
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Random Harvest: platters, bowls, etc.

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Hi, I have a complete set of random harvest dinnerware that includes large and small platters, 2 serving bowls, creamer/sugar, gravy boat, 10 place settings and a relish tray. I would like to find out how to sell it and what it might be worth. Thank you. Michelle

See previous question on value and history:

http://www.redwingcollectors.org/content/view/5157/117/

See FAQ on selling link below:

http://www.redwingcollectors.org/content/view/1168/153/

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Village green pieces

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I have a large set of what I believe is from the Village Green line. Out of all the pieces I have, only the coffee pot is actually marked. I was wondering if there is anyway to tell for sure if it’s all Red Wing or not. And if you wouldn’t mind, what would a ballpark figure be for the value of it all? Thanks for any help you may be able to offer me.
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Bob White bowls

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Dear Expert: I have a set of 4 bowls with the stamped label "RED WINNG HAND PAINTED OVEN PROOF U.S.A." on each one’s base. There are 3 numbers stamped beneath the "U.S.A.," but they are partially obscured (on each bowl); it looks like the numbers are "241." The bowls are scoop-shaped (i.e., not completely round, but purposely ovalish, with an elongated shape characterized by 2 opposite ends/sides that higher than the other 2 sides). They each have a cream/tan colored background, with brown speckled glaze all over. On the interior of each both, there are two birds (brown and turquoise- colored) and a turquoise colored branch/flower above them. Very faintly in the background behind the birds are what appear to be branches(?). The bowls are in excellent condition — brand new! — with original brown paper/cardboard separators between them. I would love to know how old they are (in addition to their value)! Thank you very much, A. Howard
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Happy The Children cookie jar follow up

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As a follow up to the Happy The Children cookie jar, I have attached a picture. The jar is white with a brown fleck. The top is brown. The jar is in perfect condition and the lid is original sa compared to pictures in the books. The story from the person I purchased it from, is that the jar was purchased by his Aunt. Kurt
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Red Wing Blossom Time-Green pattern

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I have some dishes in the Red Wing Blossom Time-Green pattern. I have 7 dinner plates, 1 small bowl, 5 salad/desert plates, 7 saucers, 8 teacups and creamer, teapot and salt & pepper shakers. They have been used and have glazing on most pieces, they are slightly discolored also. The small bowl has several small chips and one teacup has a small, almost undetectable chip. Otherwise they are in very good condition. Thanks for your help! Linda

More information posted on second question:

 

In regard to my earlier question 3 dinner plates (10.5 inches) are marked with the number 292 on the back under red Red Wing mark, the other dinner plates have a small 4 in the wing portion of the mark. 1 salad plate has 1112 stamped on it, the rest have a small number 4 in the wing, the bowl has 1124 USA on it, and the one saucer has 116 USA on it and the rest of the saucers have a small 5 in the wing. Thanks, again!

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