Red Wing 5020, Garden Club Line

Question:
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

Question:
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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Set of panel spongeware bowls.

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Hellow. My wife and I volunteer at a resale shop and are "in charge" of the antique/collectable" section. Recently a donation came in consisting of 7 spongeware bowls. Each bowl has 6 panels and they have colors of blue and orange. The bowls are not marked and have no cracks or chips. The smallest bowls measures 5" in diameter at the top, the largest 11". We can provide jpgs is needed. Might these be Red Wing? Value" All proceeds from this resale shop go to help support a local high school. Thanks for any help you might be able to provide. Wally
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Bowl and Casserole with flower decoration

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Hi, When my great grandmother passed away I was given some pottery. I’m now trying to find out if the pottery has any value. The platter has the words "red Wing" stamped on the bottom. The pot with the lid doesn’t. The paint is in really bad shape, The glaze seems fine thou. Any opion on these pieces would be much appreciated. Thank you, Beth
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White Rose Rye Whiskey Jug by the PJ Bowling Liquor Co.St. Paul Minn.

Question:
Hi, I was wondering if you could help me in my research about a pottery jug I picked up at an estate sale. From what little I could find my White Rose Rye Whiskey jug made by the P.J. Bowling Liquor Co. in St. Paul. Minn is made by the manufacturer who later became known as Red Wing. It is a little over 6" tall to the tip of the jug itself. There are a couple of cracks right above the lowest blue decorative band, but to me it looks like something that is more in the finish than something that goes all the way through. Do you have any idea of the history of this piece and the value? Thank you for your help! Sincerely, Cindy Johnston
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Red Wing 750 vase, Belle Kogan’s 100 line

Question:
I inherited a Red Wing vase in an art deco style, marked 750. It’s in a robin’s egg blue color, matte glaze, seems to be perfect condition. Sorry, I don’t have a decent picture. Can you tell me its age and approximate value? Thanks! Patricia

Answer: Hi Patricia

Your vase is part of Belle Kogan’s 100 line, from 1938/39. Value is about 50.00. thanks, steve n rose

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15 gallon Red Wing Crock with holes

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I have a Redwing crock with the #15 on it and it also has two holes in it. One is at the bottom on what looks like the front of the crock and the other is at the top on the side. What are the holes for? Could you give me an estimate of its worth? Thank you for your time. Leisa
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