Red Wing candle sticks 1286 and Normandy Dinnerware

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Question:

My grandma recently passed away and I got this pottery.  Just wondering if you can tell
me about it.

Thanks for the info. I can’t tell if its a 2 or a 9 so I took a picture.  The only info I have is
my grandma got this before she was married so I assume its pretty old.

Answer:

The dinnerware pattern you have is called Normandy. This pattern is part of the Provincial dinnerware line of the 1940s. Here is an article about the line and pattern from our website:

https://www.redwingcollectors.org/red-wing-products/dinnerware-by-red-wing/provinical-line

The covered sugar bowl and the salt & pepper shakers are worth $20-25.  I can’t tell from the photo if the smaller piece is a small bowl or small plate, but either way the
value is $7.50 to $10.  All values assume excellent condition. Larry Roschen

The candlesticks are art pottery, value is around 35.00 for the pair.  thanks,
steve n rose