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Red Wing Pottery
1861-1967
Red Wing, Minnesota

The Red Wing Legacy: Stoneware, Art Ware and Dinnerware


A few moments before the exhibit opened with its hundreds of examples of Red Wing Art ware, stoneware and dinner ware.

Outside of a Red Wing convention, the possibilities of seeing this many examples of Red Wing identified doesn't happen very often, except in books.  The display had several rare Red Wing pieces & an example of every line of Red Wing's dinnerware.  Special thanks to Sue Jones & Steve Brown for their help on the display and in website presentation.  Due to the large & diverse display, the exhibit is being shown on the website in three sections:
     Stoneware
     Art Ware
    
Dinnerware

Below are the main sections of the display, plus each of their sub-sections.  The main page of each section will have listing of each product or dinner ware line in chronological & alphabetical order so you can find a particular item quickly.

Stoneware Related Pages

Art Ware Related Pages:

Browse Art Ware Display
Browse Art Ware in Chronological order

Dinnerware Related Pages:

Browse Dinnerware Display
Browse Dinnerware in Chronological order
Browse lunch time pieces & experimental glazes

Bibliography & further reading

What Is It Table - See what people brought in to be identified!

Dealer's Booths - See what some of the dealers were selling!

WPA Exhibit Related Pages:

Overview of 2002 WPA Exhibit - The Red Wing Legacy
     Stoneware at the 2002 WPA Exhibit
     Art Ware at the 2002 WPA Exhibit
     Dinnerware at the 2002 WPA Exhibit
     Bibliography & further reading
     What Is It Table
     Dealer's Booths
Additional Examples of Red Wing from the Press Release
Press Release for the 2002 WPA Show & Sale
Wisconsin Pottery Show & Sale

WPA Red Wing Related Pages:

Overview of 2002 WPA Exhibit - The Red Wing Legacy