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Beautiful  Redwing Pot

Red Wing Teapot  - $15.00

The teal top is what caught my eye. Soft gray color is easy on the eyes. The large mouth makes a perfect Grab-a-Bag Pot. Fill with an assortment of tea bags and put on the counter for when friends stop by or on a casual tea table. 

It's in very good condition; however it does have a teeny tiny hard to feel ding on the top edge of the spout (not pouring side) visible in the second photo. 

The Maker's Mark is shown in the third photo. Mid 1950's teapot. 

This teapot is just under 10" from tip spout to turn of handle. It is 6 3/4" to the knob. It holds just under 6 cups.
If you would like to purchase this teapot, please call our office using the number below or email me at Grandma@GrandmaRae.com

History of Red Wing Stoneware and Red Wing Pottery

Our legacy goes back to 1877, when the first stoneware company was formed in Red Wing, at the sharpest navigable bend in the mighty Mississippi River. Our young country needed crocks, jugs, and sewerpipe, and Goodhue County had the clay deposits and an immigrant workforce to start producing millions of pieces of functional stoneware.   Read more . . .

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