I am attaching the following photos of a Red Wing Crock I found. I wanted to know if you could give me any more information about it (age, value, what it was used for, etc.).
It is marked:
A. W. Cleland, Jr.
Bottom marked with Redwing Stoneware Co.
It is approximately 5″ tall and 7″ in diameter. It has a glaze drip on the outside that’s the color of the inside brown.
Thank you for any information you may be able to provide,
Andrew, you have quite a find here. You have an early Red Wing Stoneware A.
W. Cleland, Jr. Grocer Albuquerque bottom signed butter crock which was produced between 1877 & 1894. If it is in perfect condition, the value would be in the area of (are you sitting down yet) $2500 to $3500 or so. Al Kohlman
Is this a piece of from Union Stoneware? If so, did they forget to put the stamp on it?
Thanks for your time.
Margaret, no the Red Wing Stoneware Company did not forget to stamp the oval on your 2 gallon birch leaf crock. These crocks were commission for the Sears & Roebuck Stores. Sears & Roebuck did not want ovals on there stoneware for whatever reason (some folks believe that Sears & Roebuck wanted to have their customers believe that they were the producers of this stoneware, but this is just hearsay). Al Kohlman
I was searching for similar pictures of the attached photo and have not found anything. Is this a replica?
Karri, you have a vintage Red Wing Stoneware 2 gallon reversed oval crock. I see from the photo what looks to be a small chip at the base of your crock. If this is all the damage on the crock the value is in the area of $65 to $75. Al Kohlman
Looking for information on this crock that I recently purchased at a moving sale. Not sure if it is Red Wing. There are no marking. It is a salt glaze. But I have not been able to find this particular design. The design glaze is blistered. Thank you for your time and assistance in this matter.
Answer: Vicki, your 5 gallon salt glazed leaf crock is Red Wing. It was produced by the Minnesota Stoneware Company. If the crock is in perfect condition and with the amount of fry to the cobalt, the value would be in the range of $300 to $350. Al Kohlman
Question: What is this cross worth?
Answer: Four gallon Red Wing crock with Ski oval. If in perfect condition, it has a value between $70 & $90. Al Kohlman
I was wondering the value of this beater jar. It seems to be in really good shape. Thanks. Vikki
Vikki, your Red Wing Saffron beater jar with advertising, if in perfect condition, would have a value around $275 to $300. Al Kohlman
What can you tell me about this piece with Utah advertising
Bob, nice piece of Red Wing Adv. Your Utah advertising safety valve jar has a value between 4500 & $600 if in perfect condition with lid. Al Kohlman
I just bought this crock at an estate sale; it has no cracks and a small chip on the inside of the lip. I was wondering how much it is worth. I bought it for $50.
Jason, you did well on this one. Value with the chip on your Red Wing 5 gallon salt glazed leaf crock is $350 to $450. Al Kohlman
Thank you very much. It is a perfect circle top
and I can send more photos if you wish.
Marcia, your Red Wing water cooler was produced between 1936
&1947. If in perfect condition, the value is around $500. Al
What can you tell me about this churn and its value.
Joanne, nice looking Red Wing 8 gallon birch leaf churn. I can see a large chip on the base. If this is the only damage, your churn would have a value between $900 & $1000. Any other damage such as a hairline or crack and the value will drop by quite a
bit. Still a nice looking Red Wing churn. Al Kohlman