Blossom In Time, Concord Gravy Boat and Creamer

Hi. This message is for Larry. I have some Red Wind Dinnerware that I am looking to sell. Can you give me some idea as to the value? Thank you for your time.

Blossom in Time
2 serving platters 13”x11”
12 Dinner Plates 10 ½ “
12 Salad Plates 7 ½ “ (one is cracked but not broken)
4 Salad Bowls 7 ½ “ 1
7 Teacups
12 Square Saucers 6 ½ “
10 Dessert Plates 6 ½ “
12 Small Square Bowls 5 ½ “
1 Rectangular Serving Tray 11 ½ x 5 1/8 “
2 Serving Bowls 8 ½ “

Concord Pieces
1 Concord Gravy Boat (Small ¼” ding on base)
1 Concord Creamer
1 Serving Pot (Handle on Lid is broken)

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Bob White drawer pulls?

i found some drawer pulls in what i believe to be the bob white pattern. they are in a flight pattern with the exact tourquoise and brown colors on an ivory background. approx, 2 inches long. i’ve never seen these before and am wondering if they were made by red wing. thanks in advance, Barbara

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Red Wing Collectors Society Joins

For Immediate Release
RWCS launches new online presence with

Red Wing, Minn.: The Red Wing Collectors Society (RWCS), the largest collecting club dedicated to the preservation of Red Wing and other American pottery, launched a new group page on is a website community for people who buy, sell or collect antiques, collectibles and art. Like other online communities, membership is free and open to anyone. Users have the ability to post pictures, join groups and create discussion topics.

This website community is just one of the many ways the RWCS is increasing its internet presence in 2009. Other online communities that the Society has become affiliated with include Facebook and Wikipedia. The RWCS recognizes the benefits of the internet to help increase awareness of the organization, Red Wing Potteries history and membership benefits. In addition, this type of presence gives RWCS members and Red Wing collectors a chance to share their passion with others no matter their level of collecting interest.

The RWCS business office encourages its members that are interested in networking with fellow antique buyers and sellers to consider joining Below is a link to the RWCS Page:

“We hope that by increasing the online presence of the Red Wing Collectors Society, people will learn more about Red Wing, Minnesota’s rich pottery history, become aware of our organization, and consider starting a collection and joining the RWCS,” said Stacy Wegner, RWCS executive director.

The Red Wing Collectors Society was founded in 1977 in Red Wing, Minn. and is devoted to educating people about all American pottery. There are more than 4,500 members worldwide. The Red Wing Potteries had diverse pottery lines that included stoneware, dinnerware and art pottery. For more information or to become a member, call the RWCS business office at 800-977-7927, e-mail or log on to

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8 gallon North Star lid, correction to 8 inch North Star previous question

Hi Al. Thanks for your answer regarding my 8" salt-glazed North Star lid. I noticed that in your answer you referred to the lid as a 8 GALLON. It is a 8 INCH–not a 8 GALLON. Also, I don’t know if you noticed the chips on the underneath in my pictures. Anyway, does this change the value you quoted? If so, what is the value. Thanks much. Dayton

Link to previous question:

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