Lotus Pattern Set

Question:
My mother has just died and I have inherited her old set of Redwing china. It is a complete set for 12 of the Lotus pattern, including the serving pieces such as the creamer, serving dishes, bowls, gravy boat, etc. Do you have a rough idea of the value of the complete set? Thank you. Evann
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Lute Song and Round Up pieces

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I am looking for the value on a Lute Song teapot, creamer, sugar, severing platters (small and large) and including a fish platter. These pieces are in excellent condition. I do not have a picture available. These are stored at this time.

Also, what would the value be on the "Round-up" pattern including dinner plates, salad plate, bowl, cup and saucer., pitcher with stopper, french toast platter, and three part divided bowl. Becky Riley Laramie WY

 


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Friar Tuck Cookie Jar

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Can you give me any information about this Redwing pottery? The cookie jar was in my early-childhood home in Lakeview, Oregon. I am 71-years old and have lived all over the country. The pottery has been a bit of a mystery to me as I was raised by people other than my biological parents — really, this is the only thing I have that connects me to those early years. Sonja
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Delta Blue pitcher, cream and sugar

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I have these three pieces of Delta Blue – a creamer, sugar and a larger piece. Can you tell me what the larger piece is called? I don’t have a lid for it. Also, can you give me an approximate value on the three pieces? Thanks, Leigh
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Orleans Pieces

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I have a fairly completed set of the pink Orleans dinnerware. It was given to my grandmother in-law right after world war II. I have placesettings for 10. a few pcs have minor chips. I have the water pitcher, tea pot, covered bowl or casserole, covered individual bowls, salad and dessert plates, sauce bowls, salt and pepper, round platters… Any idea what a set like this is worth?
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Red Wing 258 teapot, Gypsy Trail

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I would like to know the time period/year made of this teapot. I think it is from the "Village Green" collection. Also the est. of value. Here is a picture of it, and on the bottom of the teapot it says "Redwing USA 258". Please let me know, so that I can tell my mom, since she got it from her mom, and it belonged to her mother’s mother. So yes it’s about 4 generations. Thanks so much, Emmy
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Smart Set small cruet no stopper, not a Bud Vase

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I know that this is from the Smartset line. It looks like a bud vase but I was unable to find a reference to a bud vase being manufactured for this line. It is 9 inches high at the highest point.It does have a small chip at the bottom rim. Please see the photo. Is this a bud vase? Thank you. Karen
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