I have a 5 gallon churn with wire handles, very similar to the 4 gallon in the photo below (I don’t have a good all in one photo of mine). I also include what photos I have of mine.
I have been unable to find a photo and or price on line for an exact match. I see plenty of 4 gallon or smaller, and a few 5 gallon churns without handles, but not one like mine.
There is no lid however the churn itself is in excellent condition with no cracks.
Can you give me a ball park figure on value?
Ron, you do not see as many Red Wing churns with the wire
handles as you do without. However, there are not very many collectors
that I know of who go after the wire handle churns versus the no wire handle
churns and therefore the value is about the same. Value as I see it in
todays market. $150 to $200. Al Kohlman
Question: I have a question about a double marked jug..what is its value.
I also have an albany slip glaze churn, what is the value and year it was
Jeannie, your Red Wing 5 gallon shoulder jug with the number 3 stamped on the spout is somewhat hard to find, but that small #3 does
little to raise its value. Value $100 to $110. Your Albany slip
butter churn is not Red Wing. I have no idea of maker, history or value
on it. Al Kohlman
Question: It is 12 inches. Please advise on value as well.
Crystal, your Red Wing Gray Line 12″ bowl is a great
piece. However, the chip on the bottom rim and hairline in the side of
the bowl, just kills it’s value. Bowls to Red Wing collectors are
like glass to glassware collectors. Any damage and collectors shy away
from the piece. So even if it seems small to you, it is huge to
collectors. The way your bowl sits as I see it, $40 to $50.
Attached is a photo of a Red Wing Stoneware water cooler along with the lid. Just above the spigot it says “Red Wing Union Stoneware Co. Red Wing Minn. There are no marks on the inside or outside bottom.
I’m wondering if the lid is the correct one for the cooler. It doesn’t fit snugly. The lid’s outside diameter is 9 3/4″ and 7″ on the underside (see photo). The inside diameter of the cooler is 8 1/2″.
I’m also interested in the value. Thank you for any help!
Dan, your Red Wing water cooler with lid in perfect condition is valued around $500 in perfect condition. The lid is the correct lid and they are not suppose to fit snugly. Red Wing always made their lids a bit smaller than their coolers so the could be interchanged with other coolers of the same gallon-age. Al Kohlman
I have been looking at the website and think it is very informative. I was wondering the approximate value of one of my pieces. It has been in my family since it was new apparently. I believe it is over 100 years old and was produced in the early 1900′s. There are no cracks in it and the cork is still in it. Please take the time to answer my question or direct me in the right direction. Thank you,Rob
Rob, you have quite a tough jug to find. It is a Minnesota Stoneware Company Elephant Ear beehive jug with Minnesota Oval. Just the Minnesota oval along will bring up the value by a couple of thousand dollars. If it is in perfect condition. $4000 to $5000. Just a great piece. Wish it were in my collection! Al Kohlman
Can you help us out? Are these all Red Wing? How rare are they? What are their values? Picture attached.
Thank you in advance. Mike
Mike, all three spittoons are Red Wing. The removal top white with stripes spittoon is valued between $200 & $250. The small Albany slip (brown) spittoon $100 to $125 & the smooth sided salt glazed spittoon unsigned $400 to $$425. Now these values are for perfect pieces. Even small chips, hairlines will reduce the value by quite a bit on these. Al Kohlman
I have a 10 gallon beehive water cooler jug with a simple “10″ printed across the top. I feel like I have found the Holy Grail on this, as it’s the most beautiful jug/stoneware I’ve ever seen. Everything about it is amazing, with just one small chip out of the bottom edge as pictured, and it does not have a spigot. I’ve not seen another like it in several years of looking. Can you identify this and possibly come up with a value? I can’t find anything in the normal books and references. I can’t emphasize how great this looks, like it just came off the production floor.
I also have a 5 gallon Red Wing beehive jug that is in perfect condition. Even the lettering on this is perfect. I have read that a jug like this is worth approx. $450-500? Sound reasonable? Any answers you can get me would be appreciated, especially on the 10 gallon, as I feel I’ve really found something extraordinarily special with that one. Thanks!
Answer: Leo, your 10 gallon double handle Threshing jug
is not a Red Wing piece. No Idea of who produced it. The 5 gallon Red
Wing Beehive was produced between 1909 & 1917. Value in perfect
condition is between $300 & $350. Al Kohlman
I am interest in a red wing water cooler. What
sizes were they made in and what size is the most sought after. What
price should I pay for one that would be in good to excellent condition? Tim
Red Wing water coolers came in 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, & 10 gallon sizes.
They also came in hand turned, molded, 2″ , 4″ & 6″
wing sizes with all demanding different values. The small wings have
lower values than the larger wings. Hand turned coolers also have a
higher value than those that were molded. So. it will be you as the
collector to pick what is the most striking to you that fits into your budget.
Most collectors (including myself) like to start out with the smaller
coolers. With the 2 gallon coolers being some of the most expensive, they
start with a 3 gallon cooler. With all of this being said, a 3 gallon
molded cooler with a 2″ wing, lid & spigot with a little haggling
should be within reach at $600. Al Kohlman
I have a red wing 3 gallon applesauce jar, it has the red wing emblem, a blue “3″ above the red wing, and the red wing union stoneware co. emblem under the wing. it has a
round stoneware top, held down with a wire snap lock, a wooden handle with wire
holder.. It is in perfect condition, no chips or cracks. it was stored for many
years and i discovered it as we were cleaning out our grandfathers shed. i have
never before seen one. My question is, what is it worth and where can i sell
Answer: Lance & Karen, your Red Wing apple sauce jar
has a value between $200 & $225. eBay may be you best avenue for
selling it. Al Kohlman
Hello, I’ve had this crock for 30 years and have wondered what the value of it would be. I’ve loved it and never thought of selling it. It has a small nickel sized chip off one of the handles, and a small hairline crack. The outside and inside are in very good condition. I have attached pictures of the crock. Any help you could give me would be greatly appreciated.
Connie, you have a North Star primitive butterfly 20 gallon crock.. To bad there is a
hairline or the value would have hit $1200 or so. With that hairline the value drops to around $500. Still a nice piece. Al Kohlman