Monthly Archives: December 2008
4 gallon elephant ear, 3 gallon beehive jug
Greetings Al, First, thank you for providing this wonderful resource for collectors! My family really enjoys collecting red wing pieces and love the site. we recently picked up these two items. The churn is obviously red wing, but we aren’t sure about the jug. Could you give us your insight and tell us what you think the pieces are worth? The churn does have a crack on the side, but it does not show through the inside. The jug has no cracks or chips, but has what appears to be a factory mishap on the front. Thanks for your help!
Red Wing M 5008 and B1399
I have two Red wing pieces and would like toknow more information before putting in Church sale. Pedestal bowl M-5008 no chips smal dark gree vase with yellow interior. Number?B1399 5 in ch high abd fluted 6 inches at top. Thanks Lynn
Answer: Hi Lynn, The 5008 is designed by Murphy, Value around 20.00 or so
The B1399 is a Kogan design, value about the same.
Both are from the mid fifties. thanks, steve n rose
Red Wing Pantry Jar
I recently bought this pantry jar. It measures 8-1/2" wide by 6-1/2" tall. Can you tell me what size that is (i.e. 1 gallon, etc.)? Thanks, in advance, for your time – I really appreciate your expert help!
Red Wing B2107 and 174
Hello, I have 2 more Red Wing items I am having trouble finding similar pieces. If you could get me some info as to year made and estimate worth it would be a great help. First is a green bowl? #B-2107 with a weave pattern going crosswise on bowl, second is a vase #174 with stamped I believe red wing pottery in blue ink and #174 etched on the bottom.
Answer: Hello, the 2107 is from the Textura line, circa 1951. Value is around 20.00. The 174 is from the early 30’s, quite a difference in age with these two. It’s value is around 60.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose
Red Wing B1420, 1111, and 1088
Hello, In cleaning out my Grandma’s garage I have come across some Red Wing items. I would appreciate some info. as to year and worth on them if you please. First is a B-1420 candle holder/dish in grey w/pink inside, no chips or cracks but some dark coloring in center bridge, Second is a Vase # 1111, Third is a Vase #1088. The 2 vases are in great condition no chips or cracks.
Answer: Hello, the B1420 is from 1953, value around 25.00
the 1111 vase is from about 1941, value 30.00
the 1088 is from 1943, value 25.00
thanks, steve n rose
Hello! I have this wonderful set that was been handed down to me and I am very curious as to what I should be pricing it for on ebay. see attached pics… Thank You in advacne for your help, Sincerely, Ruby Welch
Red Wing 1162
At a yard sale I purchased a white glazed vase with green glazing inside. The details on the outside appear to be stems with pedal flowers which flow out on each side like handles. Underneath it reads RedWing USA with the number 1162. It stands approx 9" Can you tell this novice about this piece. It’s truly beautiful and in excellent condition. Thank you.
Answer: It’s part of a line designed in 1942. Some are glazed with different colors on the decorations. Value is around 55.00 or so. thanks, steve n rose
Unique Vase Says red wing usa 795 on bottom. Can you please tell me the value of the piece and more about it. Thank you Jay
Answer: Hi Jay
This is a piece from the Prismatique line, designed by Belle Kogan. Circa 1962. Value is around 65.00 or so. There were a number of shapes and sizes in this line including bowls, planters, and other vases. thanks, steve n rose
4 gallon salt glaze churn with butterfly decoration
I am interested in the value of this Red Wing piece. It is an unmarked 4 gallon butterfly with deep cobalt markings. It is 15 1/2" tall and has slight discoloration on the front and back as indicted in the picture. It is in excellent condition. I have seen a few 6 gallon but never another 4 gallon. Thanks for your help. Thomas