Red Wing USA 125, Provinical Bake Ware, 3 quart casserole

Question:
I got this Red Wing pot yesterday from my Aunt’s house who recently passed away. It is brand new and says Red Wing USA 125 on the bottom. I don’t know what to do with it. Can you cook on top of stove or what? She had never used and was 83 years old. It is light brown on the outside and glazed on the inside. Kaye
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“Misthrows” plate collection

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Hello, We have a large set of redwing dinner plates that were my grandparents. They are "misthrows". My grandfather used to buy them from the warehouse about the early 1950’s. There are several colors and they are in very good condition. Do you know if there is a market for these kinds of plates? Thanks, Shannon
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Bob White pepper mill and salt shaker

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I purchased this Bob White tall salt shaker and pepper mill at a thrift shop for $2.99. I would appreciate any information you might have about the pepper mill. I’ve seen a similar Smart Set pepper mill on EBay, but haven’t come across any references to one in the Bob White pattern. The metal strip on the bottom reads " Verity Southall Altadena, Calif." Thank you! Colleen
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Hamm’s Popcorn Set individual pieces

Question: What is the value of the individual pieces of the Hamm’s Popcorn Set.

 

Answer: 

The smaller bowls are worth around $200 each, the larger bowl $500 and the single salt or pepper shaker around $100.  These values assume the items are in excellent condition.  The large bowl has an obvious large chip, which would reduce the value by at least 50-75%. The pitcher was made in China, not by Red Wing, and does not belong with the other pieces.   I have no idea what the pitcher might be worth.
 
Larry

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Lead Free and ok For food

Question:
Question for Larry R. I have inherited my parent’s dinnerware set for 12. On the bottom of each piece it says, " Red Wing Pottery, Hand Painted" in blue ink. The design looks like free hand pink flower and green leaves. all bowls have little handles. It all looks hand made. They purchased it in the 1950’s. My question is, is the pottery LEAD FREE and ok for food? Thank you, Myra Kelley
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Lexington beverage server

Question:
I was wondering what year this was made and is it a vase or a pitcher? this stands 11&1/2 inches tall,I don’t know anything about the glaze. There is a rose on the front and a rose on the back. It is in real good condition,just a tiny chip at the top. Lauren
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