5 gallon Red Wing Shoulder Jug

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This was my great grandmothers jug. It appears to be in excellent condition, no sign of chips or cracks. It has a number 5 on it, has the red wing symbol and says "Red Wing Union Stoneware Co Red Wing, Minn." If you’d like to see more images from different angles, let me know where to send more pictures. Josh
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8 Gallon Red WIng Water cooler

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Hello I have a Red Wing 8 gallon Water Cooler it has no top no handles it has a small crack in the bottom that was repaired. Water spicket is loose & needs to be tightened. Does some one know what a fair price to ask for it? Please Email me at raschneider@sbcglobal.net Thank you for your help in advance! Ross
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Brittany pattern pitcher

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I have a 9" pitcher in a floral pattern with a faint redwing wing mark on the bottom. The pitcher is white with a narrow band of blue on the top with a broader band of yellow beneath. The main decoration appears to be a large yellow rose surrounded by blue flowers and green leaves. The opposite side of the pitcher has two yellow flowers surrounded by leaves and three blue flowers surrounded by leaves. Can you help with a pattern name and price? Rick

 

Answer: Rick:  Your pitcher is from a pattern called Brittany, one of the four patterns in the Provincial 1941 line.  It was designed by Charles Murphy and was one of the first hand painted dinnerware lines.  As you might guess, it was introduced in 1941 and discontinued in 1950.   Many of the items are crazed and stained and that greatly reduces the value.  You did not comment on the condition so I can’t really give you an accurate value.  However, in pristine condition, it should be worth $50-80.  It is more likely to be worth somewhat less.
 
Terry Moe

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Red Wing 1383 console bowl

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I’ve recently acquired this console bowl. It’s marked on the back Red Wing USA 1383. It measures 13 1/2" X 8 1/4" and the glaze colors are champagne and copper. I’m wondering how much this piece is worth without the candle holders. Thanks Tim

Answer: Hi Tim

this shapae dates to around 1949. Value is around 20.00. thanks, steve n rose

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HI, Any chance this art pottery bottle is red wing? I’m at my wits end trying to figure this out. It’s about 5" at the widest point by about 9" tall. There is a mark on the bottom of a shield with maybe a bird(?) in the center of it. I will submit a second photo of that mark. Thanks so much, Richie
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Blue art pottery bottle shape

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HI, Any chance this art pottery bottle is red wing? I’m at my wits end trying to figure this out. It’s about 5" at the widest point by about 9" tall. There is a mark on the bottom of a shield with maybe a bird(?) in the center of it. I will submit a second photo of that mark. Thanks so much, Richie

Answer: Hi Richie

it’s not a Red Wing shape, send me a pic of the bottom. thanks, steve n rose

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I have a red wing piece appears to be a cookie jar , it was my grandmothers that passed away , My grandmother always put things in the attic that was worth something thats why I did not sell anything in the attic unless I knew what it was . It looks brand new , not a scratch on it. Just wanted to know what it was worth , and how old
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Red Wing 1370 vase

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I bought a vase today at a church sale for .25. It is 11 inches tall, pink on the inside, blue/grey on the outside, on the bottom it says Redwing USA and I believe the number is 1370. On the outside of the vase are are 4 leaves in relief that start at the top of the base and go up 6 inches. They are apx. 2 inches wide and look somewhat like a burr oak leaf. The vase also has ornate handles on the sides. Any idea information on this piece would be appreciated. Thanks, Tammi Poppe

Answer: Hi Tammi

think you have shape #1379, it fits your description. it was designed in 1949. Value is around 50.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose

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