1999-2014
Wisconsin Pottery Association
 
P.O. Box 705
Madison WI
53701-0705

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Red Wing Pottery
1861-1967
Red Wing, Minnesota

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A classic Red Wing vase from the 1920s, with the Nokomis glaze.

WPA Related Pages:

Overview of 2002 WPA Exhibit - The Red Wing Legacy

WPA Related Pages from The Red Wing Legacy - 2002 WPA Exhibit:

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

Related Sites: (The sites will open up in a new window)

Red Wing Collectors Society - The Red Wing Collectors Society, Inc. is an organization which promotes the collection of Red Wing and American pottery. Founded in 1977, the society has over 7000 members in 48 states, Canada and England.

Red Wing Dinnerware - An impressive website listing & showing all of the  dinnerware lines.  Included brochures and other information.

Red Wing Trading Post - A reference point on Red Wing Pottery due to the large variety of items shown.  Basic information about Red Wing is also available.

Wing Tips - This site is committed to antique Red Wing Artware (pottery), Dinnerware, Stoneware (crocks/crockery) and, frankly, anything else associated with Red Wing. If it's not Red Wing we don't have it!

Town & Country - This site is devoted to the Town & Country line of dinnerware produced by Red Wing & designed by Eva Zeisel.