In many cases, there may be more than one stamp on an item, sometimes indicating where the piece was manufactured and where it was painted and glazed.
Red Wing Stoneware Identification Red Wing stoneware has been around since the late 1800’s, but it hasn’t always had that symbolic red wing we have all come to know and love.
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.
Before you can identify the pattern, you need to figure out what kind of china you have.
Because porcelain production originated in China, Europeans and Americans used the term "china" to describe any fine porcelain piece.
Sometimes it is simply impossible to tell who is responsible for creating a certain piece.
However, there are a number of ways and locations that you can investigate in order to narrow down a maker.
is a Swedish owned company contracted by the Malaysia government to excavate and research historical shipwrecks in the South China Sea.I'm most interested in old American Art pottery so, that's what the site is mostly about.Here you will find information about marks, helpful pictures, a forum / community to share your knowledge or ask questions, pages to identify antique pottery and much more!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.The Early Years The Red Wing Stoneware company first began producing utilitarian stoneware in 1877.