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The following items can be found on the A2Z Military Collectables website , with full descriptions, photographs and prices. This one is made of solid bronze and awarded to native bearers and servants; it has two clasps, the Tirah and the Punjab Frontier This medal is in excellent condition but all the naming has been erased; but both clasps are correctly attached and it comes on its original ribbon. A very fine medal, a superb gap filler. Original American civil war period black leather ammunition pouch. It has been well used but remains in pretty good condition for its age. The inside still has the fabric compartments for the shells, there is wear here, some of the fabric has worn through, due to use.

Antique 6-Gallon Stoneware Jar with Cobalt Design, stamped “Whites Utica” c.1865

What is the largest Red Wing crock that was manufactured? We have always thought that the 60 gallon was the largest crock, but a friend of ours was told by another collector that gallons were also made. What were the large crocks the gallon, the gallon, and the gallons used for? The other collector, who I truly believe is pulling our leg, said a number of the larger crocks were sold to state universities and area hospitals and were used for cadaver storage.

I know — a gruesome thought, but this idiot really thinks this is how they were used.

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There are two ribbon patterns—one hangs straight down and the other is curved. I am having trouble finding information about Buckeye Pottery. Joseph Pech, along with his sons W. Pech, born in Bohemia on June 15, , apprenticed for 12 years as a potter in Vienna, Austria. His family immigrated to Manitowoc, Wis.. Pech attempted to establish a stoneware pottery but was unsuccessful due to the poor quality of the clay. Pech next moved to Atwater County, Ohio, where he manufactured stoneware for approximately 15 years.

He sold his interest in the pottery in to concentrate on farming. Pech moved his family to Macomb in Buckeye Pottery was located on Carroll Street, near the railroad.

Red Wing Stoneware Identification

In the earlier years of production, Red Wing potters took great pride in finishing their hand turned pieces with a hand drawn cobalt blue design such as a butterfly or bird. This article will help identify Red Wing stoneware over their 90 some years of production by covering many of these designs and stamps the potters used to mark their wares. These early pieces were covered with a rich tan salt glaze and decorated with a beautiful hand drawn image. These images were drawn on crocks, butter churns, water coolers and jugs.

Even with these pictures to identify, it can still be challenging to determine for sure if the stoneware is indeed Red Wing as other stoneware makers used designs similar to these. Side Wall Stamps Found mostly on earlier salt glazed stoneware, metal stamps we used to impress the company name into the outside wall of the item.

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Those looking for a slower pace will find shopping, dining, theatre and spas. Plan a day downtown , an active weekend , a night at the theatre or a relaxing weekend getaway. For classic, simple designs and high-end country style, visit Red Wing Stoneware just off Highway 61 and Moundview Drive west of downtown. The factory store is open daily and sells a range of serving platters and dinnerware, crocks and soup tureens, bowls, mugs and garden items including planters and birdhouses. Must-have items include the classic water coolers, in designs dating back more than a century, and counter-top items including cookie jars, canister sets and the popular toothpick holders that look like mini gallon crocks.

The store also features a range a food items, including bread and pancake mix, fish coating, Minnesota wild rice and soup mixes. View potters at work during factor tours that are given three times each weekday. Outside the building, ruins of the former pottery kilns still remain. Inside, stores include Pottery Place Antiques, 3rd Floor Antiques, as well as kitchen, bed and bath, candy, clothing and baby goods stores.

Be sure to visit the Red Wing Pottery Museum to see the oldest collection of Red Wing pottery and stoneware in the country. The mall also hosts weekly flea markets the first and third Sundays of May through October, and the international Red Wing pottery convention each July. The handmade pottery is crafted on site by three artists.

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Marks are incised or cut into the wet clay, impressed with a tool into the wet clay or stamped with a machine and ink on dry clay. Marks may also be created in the mold — and these are the most permanent. Paper labels are the least permanent marks, and many companies used a paper label and another method for marking wares. Debolt’s Dictionary of American Pottery Marks is another good resource for identifying whitewareCeramics that are white or off-white, often high-fired, including vitreous china and ironstone, and usually used for dinnerware or bathroom sets.

Turn of the century and earlier homes had no running water. They used a pitcher and bowl set, a chamber pot, a toothbrush cup and assorted pieces in the bath area.

Oct 22, 19th C Penn Yan 3 Gal Churn – Double blue flower on tabletop churn. Made and signed by J. Mantell from the Penn Yan N.Y. Pottery. Blue splashes on the handles.

We work with consignors from coast-to-coast and around the world, working hard to make sure we provide top quality items. In this sale we have a great piece of early Red Wing stoneware decorated with a cobalt Single “P” mark along the front of the salt glazed crock, dating to the late 19th century. So see our many photos to capture all the details! The perfect addition to your antique stoneware or Red Wing collection! Click on any photo to see it in its original size in a separate tab.

The Calculator is not always right – if the shipping looks too high email us and we will give you an accurate quote prior to the sale ending. Estimated shipping weight, packaged is 11 lbs 6 oz in a 14 x 14 x 14 box Facts about Estate sales Inc. Intensely trained to maximize your experience in and around. We have had over , sales on. When you are in Your Quality Zone, you can offer with confidence! We put up a very ecclectic collection of items and are not experts in every area, so descriptions are our best detective work as to what something is.

While we research each item to the best of our ability, it is the buyer’s responsibility to know what they are buying. Check back everyday to see our latest offerings!

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Red Wing Pottery Numbers and Values Not all of Red Wing pottery were numbered and there were a lot of pieces from different eras and patterns that had the same number. This has created some problems in making sure the correct value are placed with the correct piece. At this time I am listing numbers and values without making distinction between items with the same numbers but of different eras and patterns.

Red Wing pottery has taken a couple of years to gather all the material and pictures and I am still sorting through most of the material.

Red Wing pottery refers to American stoneware, pottery, or dinnerware items made by a company initially set up in Red Wing, Minnesota, in by German immigrant John Paul, which changed its names several times until finally settling on Red Wing Potteries, Inc. in

Tinned vegetable stew ration, named after the manufacturer. The inscription on the back of the MM says for bravery in the field, and some soldiers maintained that the Maconachie ration see above was so terrible that only a brave man would eat it and thus be awarded a medal for doing so. Many regular soldiers of the BEF were expert shots due to the incentive of extra pay for marksmen.

Mafeesh was used by troops in Egypt , Gallipoli, Mesopotamia and Palestine in the same way that napoo was used by those on the Western Front. From the general air of excitement that followed the relief of Mafeking during the Boer War. From the large, phallic shape. From French matelot, although the exression is pre-war.

The word is a composite of Mesopotamia and Salonica. Specifically, The Micks is the nickname of the Irish Guards. Origin of the phrase taking the mickey, to tease.

Antique 19th C Red Wing Stoneware Cobalt Single “P” Salt Glazed “2” Crock NR yqz For Sale

Glenbow Museum Foreword 1 In the authors undertook the task of examining the collections of the Glenbow-Alberta Institute to determine the extent of the museum’s Medalta holdings. The few pieces of hotel china and art wares were insufficient to mount a display and hardly representative of the wide variety of products produced between and , the period during which Medalta manufactured its wares. In his travels throughout Canada to examine the major Medalta collections in both private and public hands, Forbes discovered several collections that were for sale.

These were brought to the attention of the authors, who had expressed the desire to add to Glenbow’s holdings, and with the support of Glenbow’s Acquisition Society several collections were acquired.

Auctioneers note: Wow! Multi-generational collection including antiques dating back to the early s. The Kingl/RonHovde family owned a general store in McGrath for many years, some of the antique items at this auction are brand new with original store tags. 8 gallon Red Wing crock with original wood bail handles 6 gallon Red Wing crock 5.

Take a look at the marks on this RumRill console bowl right. A brief aside about RedWing and RumRill: Peters and Reed often has three stilt marks, too, and the old pieces show red clay under the glaze. So, if you see three little flaws on a glazed bottom, these are not damage—they are stilt marks or firing pin marks used for the firing process.

Examining the bottom for stilt marks may reveal some numbers that may help with identification, too. The Numbers Brush-McCoy For many years, three numbers were used to identify many of the shapes for American pottery. Some companies only used two numbers for some of the shapes, and some used four. These are numbers that are in the mold, not handwritten. Just a glance at the foot shows the numbers on this McCoy or Brush pot left. Notice the tilt to the numbers?

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Of course, there is no way that any period camp or chuck wagon would have this many culinary items in its arsenal but it is reasonable to assume that any of these items would be available at the time. Any of these items would be appropriate to any cooking situation pertaining to the Victorian era. We can now take some of the items from this list and apply them today’s re-enactment of ‘s food preparation. Spice Box Spices were a rather valuable commodity during the s and s and were usually kept in a locked container.

Spice safes were produced in a variety of styles ranging from small chests of drawers to large tins that contained a number of smaller tins that held the more popular spices of the time.

Pictures of Red Wing Zinc Glaze – Signs & Stoneware by Spomp &Co. Find this Pin and more on Red Wing Stoneware by Red Wing Stoneware by Spompinato & Co.. 40 and 50 gallon Red Wing crocks with factory drain holes.

D65 19th century Pennslyvania hanging Cupboard in original dry red paint, with four window lite door which is fully mmortised and pegged, applied step molding circa D67 19th century Document Box with the original blue paint with the letter WSM on the top. American Trencher in original robin egg blue paint, nice wear, Rare to find an authentic early trencher. Wonderful hand plane marks throughout old age crack and repair D64 Shoe Repair Trade Sign all wood , with original paint, made for a shoe repair shop which can be hung.

D68 Beautiful 19th century dovetailed document trunk featuring the best original dry blue paint. Tyler Crisfield, MD Wonderful Tyler hand chopped Goose decoy in old if not the original paint, slightly turned head. The Desk is in the original dry red painted surface. The wood is white pine. Maine Paint Decorated Dome Top Box, old worn surface, with mustard and brown painted swirl and grained decoration D49 Early 19th century , Virginia Chesterfield County two board top hepplewhite multi purpossce Table, in the original green painted surface, Circa Sold!

C 19th century twelve drawer apothecary chest circa with dovetailed case and drawers. B 19th century antique treen butter paddle with a desirable folk art hand painted cabin with man in boat landscape scene in muted colors. D15 19th century antique treen butter paddle with a desirable folk art hand painted cabin and trees RM Carroll “Wally” Algard , Charlestown, Maryland canvasback from the first quarter of the last century with attentive head Sold!

D47 Early 19th century peg-rack used for drying herbs or hanging textiles. It has a chamfered edge on two sides with hand carved pegs mortised through the backboard. D54 Moustache turned shaving mug and britstle shaving cream brush

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McCoy pottery was established in Roseville, Ohio during September At this time there were 12 notable potteries already in operation in the region. This gives an idea of the competitive climate J. In the earliest years the J. In a couple of years after the turn of the century, it seems, the production of art pottery began, but utilitarian wares were the main focus.

Although there was a significant amount of this type ware produced, none has been found with a markers mark.

The bottles were old hand blown bottles dating back to the ‘s, thus the ‘s date we ascribed to this one. C $ From United States. Antique Red Wing??Unsigned #5 Crock with Handles four thumbprints on bottom. Authentic Vintage Stoneware Crock from or earlier Stoneware Crock #3 Crocks were used for butter, cream or lard.

American stoneware jug with Albany slip glaze on the top, c. The mineral kaolinite is present but disordered, and although mica and quartz are present their particle size is very small. Stoneware clay is often accompanied by impurities such as iron or carbon, giving it a “dirty” look, and its plasticity can vary widely.

Fire clays are generally considered refractory, because they withstand very high temperatures before melting or crumbling. Refractory fire clays have a high concentration of kaolinite, with lesser amounts of mica and quartz. Non-refractory fire clays, however, have larger amounts of mica and feldspar. Visually this hardly differs from earthenware or porcelain equivalents.

Stoneware can be once-fired or twice-fired.

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