4 Gallon Salt Glaze Crock

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Here is the picture of the crock I sent a question about earlier regarding the piece I recieved from my mother. Hopefully, this will be helpful to you in telling me more about it’s value, age, and if it is a Red Wing piece. Thank you Doug.
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Advertising Pitcher

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We received this creamer from my husbands family who lived in Bemidji until the early 1950’s, and have always wondered if it was Red Wing. The creamer is 4 1/2" tall, 4" in diameter, and from spout to handle is 6 1/2" across. The piece is not marked, and reads "Compliments of Bemidji Co-Op Creamery Co. Bemidji Minn." Any help in identifying the maker would be greatly appreciated!
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Red Wing Barrel Pitcher

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I have a Red Wing barrel pitcher, page 93, Red Wing Stoneware Book. I also have 4 perfectly matching mugs. I have never seen the mugs shown in any publication. My question is, are the mugs unusual or rare and, if so, what is their approximate value each?
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Stoneware Flask

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Hello, I have a blue and white, flask?, blue colbalt flower. Moon shaped,salt glazed with exception of smaller area on the back for firing. Height 8 inches. Width 6 inches. Thickness 1 inch aprox. Trumpet shaped mouth opening. I researched at the library and on the internet, but can not find another like it. The unglazed portion which is aprox. 3 1/2 inch round area appears to resemble redware. The flask seems to be from the same circa as my blue and white 5 gal. bee sting crock. No markings. Could someone please help. I am at a loss. Thank you, Lori
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4 Gallon Salt Glaze?

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My mother in Cadillac, Michigan recently passed a crock on to me. Photo attached. 11.5 inches high, 11 inches in diameter, light golden brown exterior, brown/black interior. My google searchs point to the possibility of it being a Red Wing. It has (as described on some web sites) a "lazy eight bee sting" mark with an apparent stylized number 4, with no other markings. I’d appreciate any help you could give me in identifying the maker, the crock’s age, and value. Thanks in advance. Doug Nystrom, Chicago.
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Butter Pail Picture

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Thank-you for your estimated value of my mother’s butter pail (sent to you just before Christmas.) I just found a couple small pictures and thought you may want to add them to the post (if possible.) Elena
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5 gallon self draining Jar

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Red Wing Jar/Crock.What is it worth? It is self-draining. The background color is grey and it has blue trim. The only other color is the red Red Wing hallmark symbol. It has its original wire handles and its original spigot. It is a 5 gallon or #5 crock, which is indicated right on the front of the piece. The jar measures 15 1/2" high. It is 11 3/4" at the opening on top. The drain hole is 1" in diameter. There are no cracks at all. There is one chip
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5 Gallon Shoulder Jug

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This 5 gal. jug was in my father-in-law’s garage. The Red Wing on the front is 4 1/2 inches. The blue oval has Red Wing, Union Stoneware Co., Red Wing, Minn in it. Can you estimate when it was made and the current value? Thanks.
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Blue and White Stoneware

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Hi, can you please look at this crock on ebay item number 250035397824 You have to look in completed listings. This seller often has these and sells them as Red Wing. I don’t care about the value, I just am asking about authenticity. I think they come from Asia, but I am not an expert. Thank you so very much. -Kathryn Shaw
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