The non-profit Red Wing Collectors Society Foundation has reached a favorable settlement with Red Wing Stoneware and Pottery owners after a year-long intellectual property dispute.
The new owners of Red Wing Stoneware and Red Wing Pottery are making history, by becoming only the second Red Wing-based company to make the popular commemorative piece for the Red Wing Collectors Society's annual convention.
The Red Wing Collectors Society celebrated the 36th anniversary of the group's annual summer convention in July, attracting nearly 1,500 collectors from around the country for four days filled with seminars, socials, and an auction that saw an 8-gallon crock sell for $4,200.
With so much interest in the Red Wing Pottery Dump Digger seminars, this year's Red Wing Collector's Society Convention is set to kick off July 11 with dump diggin' pros.
The Red Wing Collectors Society Annual Convention, set for July 12-14, will celebrate the 35th Anniversary of the Society. The organization is inviting everyone to come and hear keynote speaker Hannes Kuehn, a former designer/modeler at the Red Wing Potteries.
A theft occurred April 16 at the Villager Antiques in Amboy Minnesota. At least 20 pieces of Red Wing pottery were stolen from the antique store.
When long-time RWCS and Elks lodge member Steve Vagasky heard of the Red Wing pottery burglary, he remembered seeing some old pottery dinnerware that was no longer being used and was inspired to act.
More than 300 Red Wing stoneware and pottery collectors attended the Red Wing Collectors Society (RWCS) MidWinter GetTogether Feb. 10-12 in Des Moines, Iowa.
Despite the frigid temperatures, Des Moines will get a little warmer when members of the Red Wing Collectors Society join up for the group’s Annual Mid-Winter GetTogether in Des Moines from Feb. 10-12, 2012.
Most of the Red Wing stoneware, dinnerware and art pottery that was stolen had been donated by RWCS members to be used for the KidsView Program that takes place during the RWCS Annual Convention in Red Wing, Minn.