How much is a Red Wing crock worth?
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Regarding this, is Red Wing Pottery valuable?
For these reasons, along with their general scarcity, salt-glaze Red Wing stoneware from the late 19th century is highly collectible. As the 20th century dawned, Red Wing was the largest pottery in the United States.
One may also ask, are old crocks worth money? Values of decorated crocksVarious stylized imagery on stoneware crocks are indicative of makers, artisans, and potters and the designs often impact the value on the antiques market. For instance, mid 19th Century crocks can command $500 to $1000 at auction without a simple cobalt blue design on it.
Beside this, how much is a 30 gallon Redwing Crock worth?
30 gallon butterfly crock brings $12,750 at Red Wing Collectors Society sale.
What do the numbers on Red Wing crocks mean?
The "Red Wing Union Stoneware" mark was used between 1906 and 1936, while the red mark in the shape of the wing was introduced as a trademark in 1912, so your piece was made some time between 1912 and 1936. The large number "12" on your crock indicates its holding capacity--12 gallons.
Stoneware 20 Gallon Red Wing Country Farmhouse Antique Crock #39109
Originally used for making sauerkraut and wine, this heavy classic stoneware signed "Red Wing" crock, with its beautiful red and blue stamp, could be used as a bin or planter.
- Country farmhouse crock
- 20 gallon size 70 lbs.
- American made antique from about 1900
- Signed "Union Stoneware Co. Red Wing, Minn."
- Wear and paint on the top rim, hairline crack, see photos
- Wire reinforcement, part of wooden handle missing
- This rustic piece preserves some wear, mars and losses from age and use
Size is 20.5" across by 20" tall.
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VINTAGE 20 GALLON RED WING CROCK w/ Wood HANDLES - Good Condition
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Seller:oldiesknew✉️(2,268)100%, Location:Chicago, Illinois, Ships to: Free Local Pickup, Item:152930783467VINTAGE 20 GALLON RED WING CROCK w/ Wood HANDLES - Good Condition. Offered is a vintage antique Red Wing 20 Gallon crock with side carry handles. Has a patent date of December 21, 1915. Originally was used for making sauerkraut in the late 1920's - 1950's when its original owners family first came to this country. From this use and storage, it has a few manufacture and surface hairline use cracks also as shown. Both handles are wood and are sturdy. We are offering this once pre-paid through Paypal for southern Wisconsin or NW Chicago area municipal building local pick- up only at this time due to its heavy weight and size. Please view all photos for items best insight & description. Thanks for viewing.Condition:In good used vintage condition. Family used it for making sauerkraut about 100 years ago. Has two chip void area to its top lip and bottom base areas and a few use and manufacturing surface hairlines. - See all photos -, Restocking Fee:No, Item must be returned within:30 Days, Refund will be given as:Money Back, Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer, All returns accepted:Returns Accepted, Return policy details:Returns accepted within 14 days of receipt- buyer pays return shipping costs, Maker:RED WING, Type:Crocks, Age:1900-1940, Original/Reproduction:Original, Country/Region of Origin:United States, Primary Material:Clay, Color:Beige Blue Gray
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Red Wing Stoneware 20 LB Butter Crock, Minnesota
Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is this wonderful Stoneware 20 LB Butter Crock.
This gem was made by the Red Wing Stoneware Company of Red Wing, Minnesota (1906-1936). This piece is featured in Dan and Gail DePasquale and Larry Peterson, Red Wing Collectibles, p. 107.
Made about 1920, this beauty features "20 lbs." in a Rectangular Frame in Bold Cobalt at the Top, and a Large Red Wing Below. Measures 7 1/2" tall and 11 1/2" wide across the top.
Excellent Condition. Three small chips (1/8", 1/8", 5/8") and a larger narrow chip (1 3/4") inside the rim (closeup), a 3/8" chip at the base, and a small stain on the right side. No outer rim chips, hairlines, cracks, or restoration.
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I have inherited redwing crock. I was wondering if you could help me understand what it is, was used for, and a approx value. It is dirty and I don’t see any cracks. I have not tried to lift it to see the bottom yet. Theresa
Your 20 gallon Red Wing crock was produced between 1909 & 1915. It has the block 20 & 6 inch Red Wing (which is the largest of the red wings produced. It was used for canning. Value in perfect condition is $200. Very nice piece. Al Kohlman
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Go and eat all the same. I left it there. Until it got cold. I sit, eat, I don't even taste it. I feel sick.