Northern Lights Bowl, Frontenac Pitcher, Village Green Veggie

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Question:

hello-

I have three pieces of Redwing Pottery. The green/brown dish and the pitcher are in perfect condition. The bowl has big along the top. I am interested in the value of these pieces and also where to go to sell them to a collector as I would like someone who has other pieces and would know that they would be appreciated. They were my grandmothers. We had family in Minnesota and she collected them when they would drive up from Milwaukee.

thank you,

Sincerely,

Karen

Answer:

Values for the following items assume excellent, undamaged condition.  Chips, flakes, cracks, hairlines, glaze flaws, etc will reduce these values significantly.

Northern Lights 12″ salad bowl:  $50-60

Village Green divided vegetable dish:  $20-25

Frontenac 2 quart pitcher:  $60-75

Larry

Previous Questions:

Bowl – Northern Lights
This pattern was actually used on Everybody Loves Raymond in his parents kitchen. This one I don’t have a previous question for; so, I will need to check with Larry on value. Here is a link to other questions to read more about the pattern:
https://www.redwingcollectors.org/18482/ask_the_experts/dinnerware/northern-lights-pattern

Village Green divided veggie
This pattern was popular for Red Wing and was also reproduced by other potteries as well. Since you have the connection I am sure that your is marked. Here is a link to a previous question:
https://www.redwingcollectors.org/23635/ask_the_experts/artware/red-wing-1602-compote-village-green-divided-veggie

Pitcher – Frontenac
Like Northern Lights I don’t have a value for the pitcher; but, I can provide you a link to learn more about the pattern.
https://www.redwingcollectors.org/18446/ask_the_experts/dinnerware/frontenac-plate-cups-saucers-creamer-sugar-bowl-salt-and-pepper-serving-bowl