Provincial Cooking Ware

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At an auction I acquired this pitcher with a star on the bottom. I can’t find any information about it. Could you help me? No chips, cream colored inside, grapes on outside over a small squares background. zigzag line at top and bottom. Also obtained this set of provincial ware. Any idea of values?




Provincial Cooking Ware was a line of cooking and baking items produced by Red Wing during the World War II years.  The set consists of pots, casseroles, baking dishes and fry pans in various sizes.  Values are rather low for Provincial Cooking Ware because it is not a dinnerware pattern, only a line of bake ware.  No dimensions were provided for the items in the photos so I can’t positively identify them, but values would be around $15 for each if they are in excellent condition.