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I have a small bowl, 5" in diameter, 3" deep with a 2.5" smile cut-out. The inside has a blue leave design. The bottom is stamped with "Red Wing Stoneware Co. Red Wing, Minn."
How old is this piece and what kind of value is attached to it? Attached is a picture.
Thank you for your help.
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Small pedstal bowl? marked Red Wing, shape 829

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This piece is bottom stamped Redwing. The R continues under the rest of the name. I’m not sure what it is, or when it was mad. Jon

Answer: Hi Jon

I think this is is shape 829, a console bowl from 1942. Value is around 25.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

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12 gallon Red wing Crock

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We are wondering what you can tell us about this 12 gallon crock. Appears to be Red Wing with 4 1/8" wing, definitely under the glaze by my knife test. Stamped "Patented Dec. 21st, 1915 just to the right of left handle. Good condition with no cracks, handles intact. However, there is no evidence of the typical makers mark, just smooth, unblemished glaze under the wing. Any ideas about the missing mark? Brenda
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Red wing M-1610, 71/2inch, Charles Murphy designer

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I recently purchased my first Red Wing piece. It is a solid black planter, the bottom marked as follows: Red Wing U.S.A. M-1610-7 1/2" The planter stands 6 1/4 inches tall, 7 1/4 inches wide and tapers down to 3 1/2 wide at the bottom. It is in good conidition, no chips but with a few light scratches. What is the age and possible value of this piece? Thanks for your help!

Answer: Hello

this shape is a design my Charles Murphy. It came in a few different sizes, and another version of it has brass handles on each side. It dates to around 1958, and has a value of 20.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

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Red Wing 5020, Garden Club Line

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I have a tray that has Red Wing 5020 on the bottom. Can you tell me the value on it, and any other info? Thank you, Jason

Answer: Hi Jason

this is part of the Garden Club line, from 1957. Value is around 20.00. thanks, steve n rose

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6 gallon large wing and 4 gallon birch leaf crocks with lids

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I have three Red Wing Jugs that I got when my sister-in-law passed away. I think they are Red Wing Jugs, the one with the 6 has patented 1915 and other markings. It has no hair line fractures or anything wrong with it. The lid however has a chip underneath it that can not be seen. The only markings the other Jugs have are the ones you can see. Can you tell me anything about them and what they might be worth please. Michelle
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