Red Wing Stoneware Auction, May 29th, Lewiston, MT

REDWING STONEWARE
AUCTION
SATURDAY, MAY 29TH, 10 A. M. MDT
Location: Fairgrounds, Lewistown, MT
Over 140 pieces REDWING
Crocks, Churns, Spittoon, Koverwates,
Water Coolers, Jugs, Preserve & Snuff Jars,
Wax Sealers, Stone Mason Jars, Beater Bowls,
Salt Glaze, Several Advertising Pieces,
Milk Pans & Spongeware.
This is an outstanding private collection.
Antique Furniture, Firearms, Western Memorabilia.
Owner: Gordon Stone, Roundup, MT
Bid live via www.proxibid.com/shobeauction
Call or view list @ www.shobeauction.com
Jayson & Kyle Shobe Auctioneers
Lewistown, MT 406-538-5125

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Theft Reported at Millers Antiques in Hixton, WI

Millers Antiques

Reports break in and theft of a number of Red Wing items

Hixton, Wis. - Glenn Miller, owner of Millers Antiques in Hixton, Wis., was robbed on Sunday Night 4-11- 10 or Monday Morning 4-12-10. The perpertrators stole at least 17 crocks and 2 early Coke Trays. Any help in tracking down the stolen items or information on those repsonsible can contact the the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department 715 284 5357 or Crime Stoppers 1-800-228-3203 Anonymous

Here is a list of the stolen items and photos below.

1- 3 Gallon Red Wing Stoneware Salt Glaze "Molded Center" Leaf Design Butter Churn
2- 3 Gallon Red Wing Stoneware Salt Glaze Leaf Design Butter Churn
3- 5 Gallon Red Wing Stoneware Salt Glaze Rib Cage Design Beehive Jug (chip on lower front and hairline in handle)
4- 3 Gallon Red Wing Stoneware Zinc Glaze Elephant Ear Design Butter Churn
5- 12 Gallon Red Wing Stoneware Zinc Glaze Elephant Ear Design Crock
6- 3 Gallon Red Wing Stoneware Straight Side Black Birchleaf Design Ice Water Crock Cooler with Button Knob Cover
7- 15 Gallon Red Wing Stoneware (North Star) Salt Glaze Upturned Leaf Design Crock
8- 10 Gallon Red Wing Stoneware Salt Glaze Butterfly Design Crock ( crow foot crack in back and slight glaze hairline in front)
9- 5 Gallon Red Wing Stoneware Zinc Glaze Water Cooler With Original Cover
10- 10 Gallon Red Wing Stoneware Salt Glaze Double Ribcage Design Crock (has glaze pitting all around the bottom about 6" up or so)
11- 3 Gallon Red Wing Stoneware Zinc Glaze Wing Design Beehive Jug
12- 4 Gallon Red Wing Stoneware Zinc Glaze Birchleaf Design Beehive Jug ( very dark stamping)
13- 2 Gallon Red Wing Stoneware Zinc Glaze Brown Top Jug with 4" Red Wing ( in the making vertical glaze scrape in the front about 8" long)
14- 1/2 Gallon Red Wing Stoneware Molded Center Seam Advertising Jug, Kummerow & Menge Fond Du Lac Wisconsin
15- 1 Gallon Red Wing Stoneware Beehive Wide Mouth Advertising Jug Menning & Slater Des Moines Iowa
16- Red Wing Stoneware Greyline Spongeband 5# Butter Pail, No Cover
17- 3 Gallon Unmarked Salt Glaze Stoneware Butter Churn attributed to JB Maxfield Milwaukee WI
18- 1916 Coca Cola Coke Tray "Elaine"
19- 1914 Coca Cola Coke Tray "Betty"

Some of these crocks have distinguishing marks that can be clearly identified. If someone tries to sell you some of these items, please take down their license plate number and call the police in your area.

Miller would appreciate anyone informing him, if they see any items like these in shops or at flea markets etc. You can rach Glenn Miller at 715 299 2543.

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MidWinter 2010 Slide Show Review

MidWinter 2010

Fiesta in February

Slide Show Review!

Want to see what MidWinter is all about? Did you attend and want to see photos?Did you miss MidWinter? Check out the 2010 MidWinter GetTogether Silde Show Review.

This slide show is made possible from photos from many members and techicnial Support by RWCS member, Paul Wichert.

 

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RWCS 34th Annual Convention Supplement Advertising Information

34th Annual Convention Supplement

Advertising information

Now’s your opportunity to advertise in the 34th Annual Convention Supplement publication for the 2010 Convention, July 8-10 in Red Wing, MN.

The Red Wing Collectors Society in partnership with the Red Wing Republican Eagle produce the Official RWCS Convention Supplement. The Convention Supplement is the only source for all Convention activities and includes:

  • Complete Schedule of Events
  • Education Sessions: Presentation Descriptions and Speaker Biographies
  • Exclusive Articles
  • Convention Social event information
  • And So Much More!

 

Over 7,200 copies of the 34th Annual Convention Supplement will be distributed at the Convention Site, Wednesday Pottery Place Events, and inserted in the Red Wing Republican Eagle, Wednesday, July 7th. Following the Convention, Supplements are included in all new member packets, available for pick up at the RWCS business office, The Red Wing Pottery Museum, and made available to members to distribute at flea markets, antique stores, and shows nationwide.

Consider advertising in the Annual Publication this year!

For more information contact a sales representative at the Red Wing Republican Eagle today!

Joni Juliar
jjuliar@republican-eagle.com
651-301-7853

Nancy Knudsen
nknudsen@republican-eagle.com
651-301-7854

Lisa Woletz
lwoletz@republican-eagle.com
651-301-7857

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Another Successful Red Wing MidWinter GetTogether

DES MOINES – More than 350 Red Wing fanatics once again braved snowy roads to attend the Red Wing Collectors Society (RWCS) MidWinter GetTogether, held Feb. 12-14 at the Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites in Des Moines, Ia.

Although many collectors arrived early to buy and sell Red Wing, the event officially kicked off with a reception on the evening of Friday, Feb. 12. The theme of this year’s event was “Fiesta in February”, and many members dressed up in ponchos and sombreros for the “partido”.

A co-author of three books about Red Wing stoneware and a member of the RWCS Hall of Fame, Dan DePasquale gave the event’s keynote presentation the following morning, discussing the steps he and co-author Larry Peterson took in writing their new book, Red Wing Stoneware Encyclopedia.

Several educational sessions followed, including a show-and-tell session by longtime pottery dump digger Steve Showers; a discussion on Red Wing Saffron Ware by Tammi Soutar Hawley; and a presentation from Diane Roupe, The Blue Ribbon Country Cookbook author and Iowa State Fair food judge, who discussed the proper and safe method of making fermented dill pickles and sauerkraut in a Red Wing crock. Topics of other educational seminars included Red Wing’s paper advertising pieces, how to insure a collection and stoneware and pottery made in Iowa.

About 20 kids attended the event with their parents, and they all had a good time participating in the KidsView educational activities.

The always popular Saturday Show & Sale was followed by an independently sponsored auction, which was once again conducted by Richard and Todd Houghton of Houghton’s Auction Services, Red Wing, Minn. – experts in selling Red Wing items throughout the Midwest.

The top item in this year’s auction was a 24-inch Red Wing dark cobalt floor vase, coming in at $875. A 20 gallon salt glaze crock with primitive leaf followed closely behind at $775. A 10 gallon transitional crock with Elephant Ear leaves and a hand-drawn “10” brought $640 and 50 gallon Red Wing Self-Draining Jar sold for $600. A North Star custard cup and a Sleepy Eye butter crock hammered down at $400 each.

A large selection of Red Wing dinnerware donated by the Schleich Museum in Lincoln, Neb. was also auctioned off, with the proceeds of $7,200 benefitting the Red Wing Collectors Society Foundation. Top dinnerware lots included a Majestic pattern test plate with glaze numbers on the back, $240, and a Lotus egg tray with cover, $135.

The MidWinter GetTogether is a precursor to the national RWCS Convention held every July since 1977 in Red Wing, Minn. This year’s Convention, July 8-10, will attract thousands of collectors to Red Wing for a week of educational meetings, auctions, buying, selling and fun for the whole family.

The Red Wing Collectors Society was founded in 1977 in Red Wing, Minn. and is devoted to educating people about all American pottery. There are more than 4,000 members worldwide. The Red Wing Potteries had diverse pottery lines that included stoneware, dinnerware and art pottery. Annual membership costs only $25. For more information or to become a member, call the RWCS business office at 800-977-7927, e-mail membership@redwingcollectors.org or log on to www.redwingcollectors.org.
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