Red Wing 2513, Oxford Line


Hello my name is Jim Ferraguti and I live in Bellevue Nebraska and have been collecting red wing crocks and have stumbled across some other red wing  pottery pieces, I really like them cause they are so Americana and unique. One that I was wondering is a black and white pitcher with red wing usa 2313 on the bottom. Are these numbers of any significance and what would something like this be valued at. It’s black with white speckaled blotting all over.  It almost looks as if it was fired twice with a glossy finish. Can you be more helpful or will I need to try and send a picture of it. I don’t know all the ins and outs of internet picture sending but I could get my grandson to help me out. Thank You. Jim

Answer: Hi Jim
slip on down to Lincoln, and see the museum!   this pitcher is from 1954, the bottom number is it’s shape number.  the glaze is from the Oxford line, it is fairly uncommon.  value is around  85.00 or so.  thanks, steve n rose