4 gallon churn, 4 & 4 gallon crock all Red Wing

Question:

I have a 4 gallon churn 4″ wing and oval with red wing union stone wear good condition small chip inside rim , no lid no open cracks or lines, also have a 2 gallon crock no chips or cracks and a 4 gallon crock that has some chips. would like some information on these especially the churn . dates and value. Thank you for any help you can give me. Jack

Answer:

Jack, Your 4 gal. Red Wing churn was made between 1918-30 in mint condition worth $150- $175. The 4 gal crock made around 1915 with chips $50, the 2 gal. made around 1930 value about $30

Clifford Olson

20 gallon North Star primitive butterfly crock, Red Wing

Question:

We are in the process of going thru my mom and dad’s items. We have a crock that I would like to know their worth.

The crock says 20 and has design on it. Also in good condition-no cracks; the only blemish is it looks like something sticky must have gotten on the crock by the 20. I didn’t want to start scraping it, for fear it would do more damage.

If you have more information and what they are worth, I would appreciate knowing. Thank you.

Christine

Answer:

Christine, You have a 20 gallon North Star primitive  butterfly crock made in Red Wing MN. In mint condition $1500

Clifford Olson

8 gallon double Rib Cage, Red Wing

Question:

Good Morning,

My husband and I recently came across this 8 gallon salt glaze crock and are hoping you can provide us with some basic information on it (identification of the piece, the time period it was produced, the rarity/desirability of the item and a range of possible value).  I have included photos which show there are two cracks on the back.  I high-lighted the two cracks with tape so the size is more visible.  The cracks are on the outside and inside of the crock.

Thank you,

Jessica

Answer:

Jessica, This is a 8 gallon very desirable ribcage crock made in the 1880’s. A very well marked one could bring as much as $3000. With the lines in back still could bring $1200.

Clifford Olson

6 gallon salt glaze “sqatty” leaf crock

Question: First, thank you for offering this wonderful resource! 

My father was an avid collector of Red Wing crocks, jugs and mixing bowls. Most pieces my sister and I have been able to identify and price.  The six and eight gallon crocks are probably Red Wing, but the four gallon crock has a very simple decoration we’ve not been able to find elsewhere. All three appear to be in good condition. What are your thoughts about the age and value of these?

Thanks for help!
Tim

Answer:

Tim, Your 4 and 8 gallon crocks are not Red Wing but your 6 gallon is and I think it’s a squatty. If it’s under 13 inches tall a squatty worth about $400 if over 14 inches it’s a regular size crock worth about $300 in mint condition. Thanks Cliff

 

Clifford Olson

11” sponge band or Gray Line Red Wing bowl

Question:

Hello,

I recently purchased this bowl and was wondering if you could verify that it is a Red wing, approximate date of manufacture and the value.  It measures 11” across the top, I can find no flaws other then the red mark on the inside (looks like paint from the sponge band).  Maybe a small amount of crazing.  The mark on the bottom is a blue circle with the words: “Made in Red Wing”

Thank you

Rory

Answer:

Rory, You have a 11” sponge band or also called Gray Line Red Wing bowl from the 1930’s. In mint condition a value about $200. Cliff

 

Clifford Olson

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5 gal. Double rib cage churn

Question: I have a 5 gal. Double rib cage churn. It has a crack up by handle. Is there any way to reinforce the crack and not hurt the value any? Also how much does the crack effect the value? Ramola

Answer:

Ramola, Your churn in mint condition would be around $650. With all the cracks I would be hard to get $200 for it. I would use Elmer’s glue work the glue into the cracks, take a large metal hose clamp and squeeze it till the crack is tight. You can also have a repair guy glue it for you.

 

Clifford Olson

Jimmie Durkin’s Jug

Question: I have been trying to locate a price on a Jimmie Durkin’s clay advertising jug with three addresses and phone number . It is in very good condition.
Any help at all would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,

Susan Clemens

Answer:

Susan, Red Wing and Western companies made this advertising jug. If Red Wing made it your looking at $250-$350.

 

Clifford Olson

 

15 gallon salt glazed crock

Question:

I would sure appreciate it if the Red Wing Stone Ware Expert would let me know the estimated value of this crock and the approximate time it was manufactured.

It has the small chip in the front left  base  as can feel seen in the photo and a couple of small rust spots on one side.  I do not see any other chips or cracks on the outside.  In side the brown glaze has a few spots where it has flaked off.  I assume that is from storing items in it.

Thank for your help.

Bill

Answer:

Bill, Your 15 gallon primitive crock was made around 1890′s and value around $1200. Really nice crock. Thanks Cliff

safety valve jar

Question:

Hi there

I was wondering if you knew the age and value if any of this old Red Wing stoneware.. it is 9″ tall with a 7″ diameter.. The only marking on the jug is its stamped on the bottom Red Wing Stoneware…

Thanks Kevin

Answer:

Kevin, These are safety valve jars made around 1895. There was a metal cam lever hinged to a yoke which hooked into a ridge around the neck exerted pressure on the cover, holding it down on a rubber gasket. Value would be around $50.

Clifford Olson

20# transition butter crock

Question:

Hi, here’s my stoneware – I believe its a 20lb butter crock.

It has no cracks at all – there is a small chip just inside the top rim (picture attached).

The only markings on it are the “20” and “#” – in very nice condition, and there is nothing on the bottom.

It came with the lid that you see in the picture – I was told this is the ‘original lid’.

On the inner most circle of the lid – I guess the actual handle – there is what looks like a very faint “3” stamped in the pottery.

The lid is slightly different colour, the outer size is the same as the crock, but the inner part isn’t, so there is a wee bit of sliding.

My questions are:

value and age?

did butter crocks come with lids, or is this lid really from something else?

and a silly question – it being a butter crock, can I use it for fermenting kraut (as there are no cracks in it?)  It holds water fine.

Thank you SO much!

Sue

Answer:

Sue, You have a nice Red Wing transition butter crock. The lid is not Red Wing  and they were used without the lid. It is fine to use for soaking about anything you want. I would buy a nice  3 gallon crock and use it. I put the vale around $700. Thanks Cliff

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