Red Wing Bowl

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I have a piece of Red Wing I think it would be concidered Dinnerware?It is an oval plate with a boat like bowl and they are attatched together.Its all one piece,the number on the bottom is 130.And I havent quite figured out the number meanings YET!!!And can you please send me somemore info on Red Wing I love it! Thank You So much!!! I have lots of pieces of dinnerware.I would like a member & password if possible?
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Red Wing Luncheon Set ??

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I have 5 cup & saucer style pieces that I believe, some time ago, I saw in a Red wing catalog. I imagine originally there were 6 to the set. I would call them luncheon sets. The cups are mug style the little plates are approx. 6 inches, have a cup "hole" with a sweeping wing that goes on either side of the hole. The 5 sets I have are each a different color. White, blue, green(actually a turquoise color), and yellow. I’m going by memory here…so that may not be accurate! Any way…they are each a different color. I am interested in selling the set so would really like to know if it’s Red wing and an approx. value. I have them stored now so don’t have easy access to get a photo. Thanks for your help! Betty
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Ebb Tide Dishes

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How much is a complete set of Ebb Tide dishes from 1965 worth? I also have a few extra dinner plate and all the serving pieces. They are a sage green with a black swirl. Thank you for the info.

 

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Normandy Plate

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This is a 12" plate painted with an apple and apple blossoms — on the back is the Red Wing Pottery emblem and "hand painted". The plate travelled by train from Wisconsin to Washington State with our family of nine(the Pflugers) in 1943. An aunt, Tina Larson, worked as a painter at the Red Wing factory for many years. It’s a family treasure, & we’ve long wondered if it was a one-of-a-kind piece, or part of a set. Any information or history that any of you could provide would be greatly appreciated….approximate year produced, sale price, current value, etc. Thanks so much for your help. Mary

 

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Village Green Dinnerware Set

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Hi There, I have a number of what I think is village green Red Wing Dinnerware. I would like to know the value and where I might market them? Here is the list: 6-10in.plates, one plate sm. chip; 5-5 1/4 sm. bowls; 7-6 in. sauces,7-6in. sm. plates, 6 cups,all with no markings. 4 Mugs 4 1/2 h w/red wing usa markings; 1 pitcher w/spout- 6 in.h, no markings,1 teapot w/cover 4.1/2in.h red ring usa w/sm chip near handle;coffee pot 7 in.h w/cover no markings;7 1/2 warmer, no markings;4 in pitcher sm. repaired chip no markings;5- 4 1/2 soup bowls w/hollow handles, no markings, rough bottom; 3 4in.soup bowls w/covers one with red wing marking;1 butter dish,sm. chip, no markings; 9.5in divided bowl 1 3/4 in deep no markings; 2- 2inh-8 in.w bake dish w/covers no chips no markings; 12 in.w by 31/2 in.h baking dish w/ cover, no chips, no markings;1 bean pot 6h, no markings, 1-2 1/2h x 6.5 w w/cover serving bowl/bake dish? no chips, no markings;1 pitcher, no chips, 10 in h, rough bottom no markings with speckles aroung rim., salt and pepper, no markings no chips. I obtained these pieces over the years, some at auction, yard sales, etc. I just liked the look of them. Never knew much about the dinnerware until your site. I love serving Thanksgiving fixings in my covered pieces. Would appreciate any help. Thank you, Dottie
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Magnolia dinnerware set

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This set of dishes was donated to a thrift store that I volunteer at. The only information that I have so far is that it is from about the 1940’s. There are three different Red Wing marks throughout the set. The pieces are as follows (sizes are approximate): 7-10 1/4" dinner plates 19-10 1/2" dinner plates (some of these have a "burnt" look and crackled glaze) 14-7 3/8" plates 11-6 1/8" plates 4-8 1/4" serving bowls (1 has a chip on backside rim) 2-7 1/4" bowl (1 has a chip on backside rim) 5-5 1/4" bowl (1 has a chip on backside rim) 9-4" dia., 2" tall tea cups 11-6" saucers 3-8 1/2" casseroles (1 has a poorly repaired handle on lid) 2-4 1/2" sugar bowls (1 has a broken handle on lid, piecs missing) 2 creamers (not sure how to measure these!) 1-13" tall pitcher This set is noticably short on bowls, like maybe a box was missed in the donation. I would be very appreciative of any information you have about it (pattern, etc.) and if you have any idea of the value. It’s a very beautiful set in overall good condition, it’s a shame that it isn’t more complete! I also have a number of other pictures if you would like to see them also. Thank you, Cheryl

 

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Lotus Celery Plate

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Could you give me an estimate on the value of a piece I believe is a "celery plate" and in the Lotus pattern? It is rectangular and measures 11"x 5 3/4". It does not have any sections or divisions, just smooth. Thank you so much!
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Chef Pierre cookie jar

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I purchased a Pierre cookie jar at an estate sale this weekend. I am wondering if it is a reproduction. Everything looks ‘right’ except the bottom stamp also includes patent numbers which I have not found on any other pictures of this cookie jar. Your thoughts would be appreciated.
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Tip Toe Butter dish

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Can you please tell me about this Red Wing butter dish? Dish approximately 7 5/8”W X 4 1/8”D X 3/8”H Lid approximately 6 1/8”W X 2 ½”D X 1 7/8”H There are no chips or cracks that I can see but there are about a dozen minor imperfections that appear to have been part of the manufacturing and painting processes. Most are on the underside of the dish or lid rather than on the exposed surfaces. The lid has a simple floral design of gold, tan and brown on an off-white background. On the dish and lid there is a beige 1/2” wide band outlined in brown. On the bottom of the dish is a reddish-purple winged logo that says: REDWING HAND PAINTED U.S.A. 128
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Red Wing M5011, Flower Pitcher, 2 gallon crock

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I have 3 Redwing pieces I am curious about. The first is a bowl, beige/brown in color, 5 1/2 inches across, three small pointed legs, it has a gold & red Redwing seal on it and is stamped on the bottom "Red Wing USA M-5011. The second is a handpainted pitcher with flower motif, 9 inches high. It has the Redwing logo and the word "handpainted" on the bottom in red. Lastly I have a 2 gallon crock with the Redwing logo on the front, the #2 and a painted seal that reads "Redwing Potteries, Inc." in blue, also on the front. I am just curious of a need or want of these items and a value range. I thank you for your time. I am very sorry I am unable to provide pictures, as I do not have a digital camera. Thank you again and I await your response.

Answer: Hi, the first is a bowl from the Garden club line, circa 1957. value is around 20.00 or so.

The pitcher I believe is from a dinnerware line, but I can’t say which pattern it is, or give you a value

The crock has a value of around 75.00 or so, the larger the wing the better. thanks, steve n rose

Answer: I agree with steve n rose that your pitcher is likely from one of the dinnerware lines. But Red Wing made many different floral dinnerware patterns and identification of your pitcher from the brief description provided is not possible. A photo would certainly help; if that isn’t possible a more detailed description that includes the color of the pitcher and artwork along with a description of the artwork and the pitcher’s shape would probably suffice.

Larry

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