No stains, chips, cracks, repairs, odors. The retail business closed in 2015. Visit this link to my shop to see my other antiques and vintage treasures for sale!! Also the same one has a very faint hairline see photos. If mine is real, when was it made, was it a part of a series, what is its approximate value today? The color is a lovely light shade of green, and the vase is in perfect condition. Many dinner sets and vases were made before the company closed in 1967.
This color is sometimes called oxblood, with pale grey glaze inside. Please ask me for an international shipping quote. It is marked M3013, measures 14. My friend tells me it is an antique. It is in great condition.
Created by the Red Wing pottery company in Red Wing Minnesota. Also given that they were made in solid colors I suspect what I have found is likely akin to folk art rather than a factory product. When was it made and what is its value? This example has the crystalline green glaze. The company first made utilitarian pottery, including stoneware jugs and canning jars. Pretty little stylized deer in a dark red - garnet red. See more ideas about Red wing pottery, Pottery art and Antique pottery. It is marked on the bottom with an incised mark but is hard to make out any words.
Gillmer bought the company in 1967 and operated it as a retail business. How much is it worth? Designed by Charles Murphy, this has a striking modern presence. Done ion the matt white with green interior. Any help you can offer would be greatly appreciated. I would greatly appreciate it if you were able to shed any light on the subject.
The company makes stoneware crocks, jugs, mugs, bowls, and other items with cobalt blue designs. Thank you for your help, Teresa Answer: Teresa the 1002 lamp base should be worth around 90. Rumrill pottery made by the Red Wing Pottery for George Rumrill is listed in its own category. Love, love, love this little Pegasus. Question: Greetings, Thank you for offering information on Red Wing Pottery.
In 1868, another venture making stoneware was started by David Hallem, but this too was rather short-lived. You will receive the 2 pair in photos. In 1877, Red Wing Stoneware Co. Sincerely, Eileen Answer: Hi Eileen this dates to around 1938, part of the Kogan 100 line. See more ideas about Red wing pottery, Pottery art and Antique pottery. Dear Helaine and Joe: The vase in the enclosed pictures has been in my possession for a long time. The outside of the vase is white while the inside is a light green.
This soup tureen is in Dusk Blue. Click on any of the top titles to sort. The rare, rich hyacinth glaze is a luscious purple. It is in excellent condition. It is marked M3013, measures 14.
I would greatly appreciate any information or resource leads regarding these pieces. Need to know what is it worth so I know whether to keep it or not. The line was made at Red Wing until 1937. Not sure if she was a factory employee or not… still kind of interesting, none the less. There are no chips, nicks, cracks or glaze crazing. A friend suggested the green could be rumrill? It does have a long hairline and I do not think it will hold water.
It is marked M3013, measures 14. Circa: circa 1950 Color: white Type: pottery Country of Origin: United States Manufacturer: Red Wing Pottery Lovely old vase made by Red Wing Pottery. A classical Greek Key motif encircles the outside. Contact them at Treasures in Your Attic, P. Please see more collectibles, pottery and handcrafted jewelry in my shop: aletafordbakerdesign. These immigrants had an eye for such things because they had arrived in the upper Midwest as skilled potters.
We will not belabor the history to Red Wing, but will skip to 1929 when the demand for stoneware had diminished and the company was looking for other types of pottery to produce to stay in business. Browse the best of eBay, connect with other collectors, and explore the history behind your favorite finds. Thanks so much for your help. This vase is glazed in a cornflower blue glaze over buff colored clay. I need to liquidate some of my collection. I have been on the internet for many hours searching for answers so if you could help I would appreciate so much.