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I am trying to determine if the dinnerware I have is from Redwing. They are solid color (green and brown) and unmarked, however as you can see from the attached side by side pictures they have the same profile as Redwing concord shape (the shape is what leads me to wonder if they are Redwing). Can you tell me if they are Redwing and If so what is the name of the color and their value. Please note, I am sending two emails because all of the pictures will not fit in a single email
12 dinner plates (green)
11 dessert plates (brown)
8 saucers (green)
2 platters (brown)
1 serving bowl (green)
1 gravy boat (brown)
Thanks in advance, Richard
Yes, the solid colored pieces were made by Red Wing. The name of the pattern is Quartette and the shape is Concord, which makes it a sister pattern to the Lotus pieces shown in your photos.
All Quartette pieces were available in four solid colors: Copper Glow, Ming Green, Chartreuse and Mulberry. Quartette was introduced in 1951, the same year as the Zinnia and Iris patterns. Those two patterns share colors with Quartette. Zinnia accessories were available in Copper Glow or Ming Green while Iris accessories were made in Chartreuse or Mulberry.
Values are similar to most other Concord patterns. These values assume excellent condition.
Dinner plate: $15-20
Dessert plate: $5-10
Serving bowl: $20-25
Gravy boat: $20-25