Red Wing Gray-Line (also called sponge band) beater jar

Question:

I recently bought this sponge bowl and it is marked on the bottom with a blue block letter “M” and I would like to know any information about it or if it is Red Wing and the value of this piece. It is about 5.5″ tall and about 5.5″ in diameter (give or take). There are no chips or cracks and is in perfect condition.

Thank You Kyle

Answer:

Kyle, you have a Red Wing Gray-Line (also called sponge band) beater jar.  These were use to beat eggs, cream, butter etc.  In mint condition the value is between $175 & $225.  Al Kohlman

Bohemian Rye jug from South Dakota

Question:

My friend has a Red Wing Stoneware jug. I have attached pictures.  I have been combing the internet to find anything like and cannot.  Could you please give us information and value on it.  Thank you Stacy

Answer:

Stacy, this Bohemian Rye jug from South Dakota is a tough find.  Value today would be $900 to $1000 to the right collector.  Al Kohlman

Bottom Marked Butter Crock

Question:

I recently saw this piece at a antique shop wasn’t sure what its worth or the proper name for it. Could you tell me a little more about this piece from the pictures I attached? There is a couple stickers on the front that are not part of the crock there just price sticker.
The bottom of the crock is stamped Redwing usa.
Any information  what its called and the value would be a helpful.

Thank you, Jim

Answer:

Jim, you have a bottom signed Red Wing butter crock.  These crocks were used to store butter either from the churn or store.  In perfect condition the value is around $40 give or take $5 either way. Al Kohlman

2 gallon Red Wing transition target marked crock

Question:

Hi,

I purchased this 2 gallon zinc crock with a Target design. Is it Red Wing and what could I sell it for? Small inside rim separation and small chip on bottom rim. No cracks or hairlines. Thanks!

Allen

Answer:

Allen, your 2 gallon Red Wing transition target marked crock has a value between $250 & $300. Al Kohlman

4 gallon salt glazed crock with drop 8 with quotations.

Question

I hope you can give me some information on the maker and time of these two crocks. Thank You In Advance, Ron

Answer:

Ron the 4 gallon salt glazed crock on the right is a Red Wing drop 8 with quotations.  It was produced between 1877 & 1895.  Value is between $200 & $250 if in perfect condtion.  The 4 galloon salt glazed crock on the left would be called a lazy 8 target.  It is not Red Wing.  Not being Red Wing, I just have no idea of value or history. Al Kohlman

6 gallon dobule birch salt glaze crock

Question:

Could you please tell me the value of this croc? It has a very small chip on the handle and a small chip on the inner ring. Thanks so much, Mari

Answer:

Mari, double leaves on the smaller Red Wing salt glazed crocks are a tough find.  With the minimal chips you described the value to the right collector would be anywhere from $750 to $900 or so.  Nice piece.  Al Kohlman

Red Wing Stoneware 5&6 gallon zinc glazed lid.

Question:

Can you tell me if this is a Red Wing lid?

Robin

Answer:

Robin, your have a Red Wing Stoneware 5&6 gallon zinc glazed lid.  The top of the lid has a salt glaze which came from being on the top of a pile or piece of stoneware just after the salt glazed era.  When the kiln was at its highest firing point, the left over salt glaze which was on the walls & ceiling of the kiln transferred to your lid.  The bar handled lids were never produced during the salt glazing era.  With all this being said, the salt glaze on the top of these zinc glaze lids greatly reduce their values.  In perfect condition the value is around $50. Al Kohlman

6 gallon Red Wing Stoneware Coffee Urn Lining

Question:

Hello

I’m hoping you can help me identify the stoneware “bell” from the attached photos. We bought it at a yard sale while living in Bismarck, ND so it didn’t travel too far from the factory if it’s Red Wing. Assuming it’s Red Wing in origin.

The “6” is the only marking on the object. It does have what appears to be finger, or glove probably, prints on the inside of the bell where it was lifted or carried before glazing. The area around the “6” is unglazed and rough.

I can’t find anything like it in an exhaustive internet search. I’d appreciate your time in looking at the photos and telling me what you think or know.

Thanks!

Kevin

Answer:

Kevin, you have a (or insert).  They came in 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, & 10 gallon sizes.  These would have been used in Hospitals, Restaurants, Colleges or other large types of commercial kitchens.  Value is quite low, $35 to $50.   An now you know.  Al Kohlman

4 gallon salt glaze crocks

Question:

Hi. I was wondering if you could tell me if either of these are red wings and the round about value if they are. Thanks Amanda

Answer:

Amanda, both of your 4 gallon salt glaze crocks are Red Wing.  The 4 gallon lazy 8 with the bottom chip around $100.  The 4 gallon leaf with inside rim flakes $300 or so.  Hope this helps Al Kohlman

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