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This is a great piece for anyone interested in having a complete collection of Red Wing Pottery.
It is from the Brushed Ware Line which was the first art pottery produced by Red Wing and it was introduced in the 1920's. It was made with the same clay used for stoneware, with some modifications. All the pieces were a rustic design with stain brushed over a tan body. The colors of the stain were dark green, light green, bronze tan, and luster green. The inside of the pottery was covered in a luster glaze usually of the same color used on the outside. (Information taken from Red Wing Pottery Book II by B.L. & R. L. Dollen).

I used the above reference book for the information given, but I found this item I am listing in an old book from 1980 that I bought before any or the newer ones came out. It is from Dolores Simon and on page 91 she shows this planter in the upper left corner (see picture #5). The description given says grey & tan, green glazed interior, figures of trees, sky, water, castle and grass, no mark.

The planter is only 6 1/2" across and is 2 1/2" tall. As it says in the reference book it is unmarked on the bottom. The sides have the design described in an uneven coloration with some darkness of the green in spots. Some wear on the top and bottom edges because of it's age. Please make sure to see all the pictures and if you need more just send me a CONVO.

Early Vintage Red Wing Brushed Ware Line Art Pottery Planter, Introduced in the 1920's


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  • Vintage item from the 1920s
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