3 gallon Red Wing salt glazed single P with ribs butter churn

Question:

Hello,

The attached pictures are of a butter churn that has been in our family for many years.

I know very little about these items and am not even sure if it’s a “Red Wing”

I’m hoping maybe someone there can tell me some more about it (age, brand, value, etc)

I appreciate you time,

Bob

Answer:

Bob, you have a 3 gallon Red Wing salt glazed single P with ribs butter churn.  The lid is the wrong size and would be for a 4 or 5 gallon churn.  You family churn was produced between 1870 & 1895 or so. If in perfect condition the value is in the area of $275 TO $350.  The lid with the chips, $50 to $75.  Hope this was helpful.  Al Kohlman

Red Wing Stoneware 2 gallon drop 8 with quotations salt glazed crock

Question:

Hi. This is a 4(pretty sure)gallon crock. It kind of looks like the drop eight Mark is on it. There are no “red wing” stamps on it. There are no markings on the bottom at all. There are no chips or cracks on it. A friend of mine gave me this crock when she moved. It was given to her in potter valley, CA 30-40 years ago.

I am so curious about this crock! Is it redwing? Is it some other brand? How old is it? How much is it worth? Any info that you have about this crock would be very much appreciated! Thanks so much for your time, Amy

Answer:

Amy, you have a Red Wing Stoneware 2 gallon drop 8 with quotations salt glazed crock.  The markings are a little week, however still a nice piece.  Value would be around $100 in perfect condition.  Al Kohlman

Collection of Stoneware

Question:

Hi my name is Kyle and I have a couple of red wing stoneware items that I don’t know much about and the value I was wondering if you could help me out by me sending u photos of them they all are in good conditions . I have attached the pictures of the stoneware I have and I appreciate your time Thank you.

Answer:

Kyle, your 5 gallon stoneware crock is not a Red Wing piece.  Also from the photo I can see a crack in the front.  Not being Red Wing  I have no idea of value. Also, you stated that both pieces are in good condition.  Having a crack is not good.  Whatever value it would be in perfect condition, that crack would reduce the value to half that.  So be sure to be honest with a buyer if you plan to sell a piece. Condition means everything and by not stating it, could generate problems for you selling pieces in the future as word travels fast.  Now the 3 gallon looks to be Red Wing from the photo you send me.  If in perfect condition the value would be between  $125 & $140.  Al Kohlman

Red Wing 5 gallon double handle beehive jug

Question:

I don’t know the condition of the item but I was curious what the value of these threshing jugs are?

Thanks, Dru

Answer

Dru, this 5 gallon jug is not a Threshing jug as it has no spigot hole.  It is a Red Wing 5 gallon double handle beehive jug.  With just the number 5 and no wing and oval. the value is around $200 to $250 or so.  Al Kohlman

Red Wing 5 gallon Beehive jug, 6 inch wing

Question:

I am setting up for a garage sale and was wondering if you could please tell me the value of this 5 gal redwing jug. (Couldn’t find same on your site thru 50 pages) Thank you so much.

Answer:

David your Red Wing 5 gallon Beehive jug with the 6 inch Red Wing is a nice and early jug.  If in perfect condition the value today would be right around $400.   Al Kohlman

Red Wing Saffron Cookie Jar

Question:

We rescued this Saffron Ware lidded jar from a relatives basement. It’s about 8 inches high, and 8 inches diameter. The glaze seems to be in decent condition, with no chips or cracks (although I’m far from an expert on these things). I searched the posts on this site, and found a few other Saffron Ware jars and bean pots, but nothing that looks quite like this one. Any information  –including approximate value—would be greatly appreciated.

Roy

Answer:

Roy this jar is a Red Wing saffron ware cookie jar.  As far as value goes it is quite low due to no advertising or decoration.  $30 to $40.  Al Kohlman

5 gallon Red Wing packing jars

Question:

Hello,

I recently came into possession of (2) Red Wing jugs. Can you please share with me any information (age, use, value, etc.) you have on these jugs? I would greatly appreciate it.

Thank you

Paul

Answer:

Paul, you have two 5 gallon Red Wing packing jars that were produced between 1936 & 1947.  Value today in perfect condition and without the red wing, $125 to $150 each.  Al Kohlman

Bottom Marked Red Wing Stoneware Company 1 gallon crock

Question:

Howdy,

I’ve had this old crock awhile and was curious as to its age & value. There are no markings on it aside from the bottom and the design on the lid.

Many thanks,

Matt

Answer:

Matt, you have a zinc glazed Red Wing Stoneware Company 1 gallon crock which was produced anywhere between 1895 & early 1900′s.  Value for the bottom signed crock in perfect condition is around $40 to $50. The 1 gallon Red Wing button lid $70 to $90.  Al Kohlman

3 gallon Rib Cage crock

Question:

Could you please give me some information on this crock and its retail value.

Thank you.

Terry

Answer:

Terry, your 3 gallon Rib Cage crock was produced by the Minnesota Stoneware Company sometime between 1883 & 1895.  In perfect condition it has a value between $175 & $225.  Al Kohlman

Red Wing Stoneware Company bottom signed 20 pound packing jar

Question:

The “20″ on the lid is all I can find, I couldn’t tell if that was in my last message or not, thank you for your time..

Answer:

What you have here is a Red Wing Stoneware Company bottom signed 20 pound packing jar.  If in perfect condition the value is between $70 & $90.  Al Kohlman

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