Cream and Sugar set white with gold

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I have aquired two sets of creamer and sugar pottery. One set is orange, the other is an off white with gold accents. Orange set says redwing on bottom, other set does not. Sending pics seperately. Please tell me estimate of when made, rareity, estimate of value etc. Thank You – Joey
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Bowl with two painted roses

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I have a red wing bowl that looks like a serving bowl it has 2 painted roses in it and it has that cracked look in the finish. I would like to know year and value if you can. Thank you Mary Ann
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261 teapot and Pear cookie jar

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I have a tea pot cream color with a grape and leaf pattern on it. On the bottom is Red Wing USA 261 in great condition. I also have a pear cookie jar turquise in color with a drip in the glaze on the side in perfect condition. can you tell me about them? I just picked them up. Shanna

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Orleans pieces: covered bowl and plate

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My sister and I have inherited some Red Wing pottery that was a wedding present to our parents when they were married in the 1945. The pattern is Orleans and I am wondering how old this set is and the value. We have 5 dinner plates, 1 large round serving bowl, 1 large platter, salt & pepper shakers and a soup bowl or sugar bowl. All are in fair shape as they were used and washed for many years. Photo attached. Thank you. Susan
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Pierre the Chef cookie jar

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My husband’s mother gave him a Red Wing’s cookie jar serial #’s D-130,328 D-130,329 & D-130,320 appear on the bottom. It’s a yellow glazed "rolly-polly" chef 11" tall and 7" wide at the middle. I am one to actually use unique items and want to tell people about it but don’t have a clue it’s history other than finding this web site. More importantly, I have high energetic young boys. Is this item valued to the point I should pack it away until they get past the destructive stage :) No chips on the jar. I can see small dark spots underneath where the glaze has tiny cracks. Please inform us on this when you have a moment. Your time will be appreciated. Mary
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