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Red Wing Pottery5 of 42Red Wing Pottery pitcher #1012Hello I have a few old crocks and was hoping someone here could help identify the maker and a possible value
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    Posted 2 years ago

    billretire…
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    As per art.pottery's request for a better picture of this possible Red Wing Pottery Dutch blue pitcher/vase, that might Rum Rill, or other!
    Thanks for looking, maybe we can figure who made this! :^)

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    1. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 2 years ago
      Thanks for taking this closer look at this pitcher, and loving it aura, and Kevin, maybe we can find out who made it! :^)
    2. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 2 years ago
      Thanks for your comment Thomas, it is nice, but would still like to know who made it! :^D
      Thank you all for looking at and loving this nice unknown pitcher!
      fussbudgetvintage, nice to see you,
      JImam, always a pleasure,
      hey my music man Thomas,
      very much appreciated! :^)
    3. art.pottery, 2 years ago
      Got it. It's a George Rumrill design. Produced for Rumrill by either the Shawnee Pottery Co. or Florence Pottery circa the late 30s to early 40s. Rumrill changed production companies several times. I can't pin down which of the two companies produced this pitcher, since the more popular molds moved with him when he changed companies. Glaze is "Blue Stipple" (Florence) or "Stipple Blue" (Shawnee - actual name unknown, this is the accepted name). If you're able to confirm Shawnee production, your pitcher may have some significant collector value, since the Shawnee-made version of the glaze is rare.
    4. art.pottery, 2 years ago
      Should have added I gathered the info I provided from the book by Francesca Fisher "Rumrill Pottery the Ohio Years". I did find you pitcher in catalog reprints from both Shawnee and Florence.

      If you'd like to pin it down still further. Try the Shawnee collectors society. They may have link for attributions.
    5. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 2 years ago
      Thank you art.pottery, for your time, and great help. I'll check my books, now that I have a direction to go! :^D
      Thanks again very much! :^)
    6. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 2 years ago
      Hey artfoot, always nice to have you stop by my posts, and then love them too! Thank you much! :^)
    7. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 2 years ago
      Nice of you guys to stop by and take a closer look at this Pitcher, and love it too, SEAN68, and h2c, much appreciated! :^)
    8. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 2 years ago
      Hey Vintagefran, you love a lot, and I thank you for it! :^)

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