This piece came from my father’s house, and I suspect it came from his parents’ house in Waseca, MN. I can find no other markings on the crock. Thank you for your time.
Jean, Your 10 gallon salt glaze leaf crock is Red Wing. A big leaf will bring around $1000 in mint condition to the right person. The chip will bring it down $600-$800 .
I came across these 3 lids for our collection earlier this summer. The pair of salt glazed (one and two gallon) and the other 2 gallon that’s Albany slip. I’ve done a couple of searches on the site, but have come up empty on anything.
I’d love to know more about these; the year ranges they were likely produced in, if only one of the Red Wing companies made each, and their value.
Thanks for your time,
These 2 lids are Red Wing salt glaze. 1 gal. value $100-$125 , The 2 gal. Value around $200-$250 in mint condition.
My name is Renee and am looking for some help. We have a Redwing Chef Pierre Cookie Jar that I believe to quite rare. I have been on the RWCS facebook page and have searched online for several days and cannot find any current information about this piece.
My husband has had this for over 25 years and it belonged to his grandmother. Otherwise we have had this and have not used it only for show. The measurements are 12″ high, 22″ around.
What I have found so far is it’s estimated value in 2010. That was said to be $750 – $1000. It’s color is said to be Fleck Nile Blue and there were not many made with this color. Photos attatched.
Please help me.
The “Pierre the Chef” cookie jar was introduced by Red Wing in 1941, along with his friends Katrina the Dutch girl and Friar Tuck. Price lists from 1942, 1943 and 1944 show them as being available in blue, yellow, and tan colors. An undated brochure, probably from the mid to late 1940s adds green as a fourth color. The early brochures refer to the jar as “Pierre the Chef” but eventually he became known as simply The Chef. These three cookie jars were great sellers for Red Wing. Many thousands of them were made and production continued into the mid 1950s. By then Katrina and Friar Tuck were dropped from production, but the Chef continued on along with several newly introduced cookie jar shapes. A brochure from 1956 lists fleck pink and fleck blue as the only two available colors for the Chef. This was probably the last year of production for the Chef as he does not appear in a 1957 dealers price list.
The blue fleck and pink fleck Chef cookie jars were made for only a brief period at the end of production. They are far more difficult to find today because few of them were made.
I would estimate the current value for a Nile Fleck Blue Chef cookie jar to be $600 to $750 in excellent, undamaged condition. Any damage will reduce the value significantly. Antique values, including cookie jars, have declined in recent years. This tends to be cyclical, and values are likely to rise again sometime in the future.
Hello! Can you please help with a valuation? Also, can you recommend a collector to buy?
Thank you! Amy
Amy, Your 40 gallon crock in mint condition has a value around $1000. You can try your local craigslist, face book for sale site or advertise on here.
Question: I have been trying to find info on this Dinner or lunch tray. I believe the pattern is lanterns or perhaps not. Pottery is not my area of expertise. I purchased a set of 4 of these for resale and am looking for any information and possible value. The trays are about 10″7 1/2″ they are divided 4sections if you count the one for the cup. Any information is greatly appreciated. Dave
The photos show a 12″ x 9″ supper tray in the Lanterns pattern. Lanterns was introduced in 1952 and was discontinued in 1955.
Red Wing introduced supper trays in 1951 and added them to many of their dinnerware lines over the next several years. These trays were made in two sizes: 10.5″ rounded square and 12″ x 9″ rectangular shape. Both of these were divided into three sections and had a place to rest a cup.
Supper trays in any Red Wing pattern are scarce today. In excellent, undamaged condition the value of a Lanterns supper tray would be $25 to $30.
I have a Redwing Stoneware embossed 1 gal. Crock. It has a M. Wolff & Sons , Chicago logo. I was wondering about history and possible value. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Jeff, You have a very nice advertising preserve jar with a value of $1200-$1500 in mint condition. Wolff is listed as a grocer in Chicago along with 2 sons.
Question: What can you tell me about this teapot marked Red Wing.
This teapot is from the Gypsy Trail Hostess Ware collection, a large group of colorful pieces made to go with the Gypsy Trail dinnerware patterns. The bottom of this teapot should be marked “Red Wing USA 235” on the bottom. This is one of several Hostess Ware teapots introduced in 1941 and was made for several years. It appears in the 1944 Gypsy Trail catalog, which is the last known catalog for this line. Most Gypsy Trail production ended soon after the end of World War II.
The 235 teapot is fairly common. Available colors were orange, blue, turquoise, yellow, pink, green, and cream ivory. Current value for a 235 teapot in excellent, undamaged condition is $25-30.
Question: What is the value of the pictured jar. Thank you for your assistance. Bonnie
Bonnie, You have a ( Shield ) stoneware canning jar. Value of around $2500 in mint condition.
Question: Hello everyone,
I recently acquired some stoneware/crocks from my dads estate. I was hoping someone could give me some information about them, including value. I would also like to know how I go about selling them.
Felling overwhelmed. Thank you so much,
Leah, The pickle crock looks like a Red Wing preserve jar worth about $250, The Grommes and Ullrich 1 gallon jug about $125 and the 4 gallon jug about $300. Assuming in mint condition and far as selling you can post on the Red wing face book site, auction or craigslist works well.
I saw a bowl on eBay with advertising stating “Compliments of Darien Hardware, T. C. Synder, 1940, Darien, Wis.” The bowl was listed as a Red Wing piece and sold for $81. The seller stated that although unmarked, it was obviously a Red Wing bowl. I am not so sure, but would like your opinion. It is about the same size as a cap bowl, but has no markings and is a slightly different shape than Red Wing cap bowls. I took some photos from my computer monitor and have attached them. They aren’t the best photos, but they illustrate the bowl well enough to see that it is not a cap bowl. Can you help me with the identification of this bowl? Thanks for your help.
This is a Red Wing bowl. They come in Blue, White, White with blue bands, Albany and sponged . The book doesn’t state a name but I have called them Cactus bowl.