Vintage Red Wing Pottery Lexington Covered Casserole Imperfect 8-3/4"Red Wing
Red Wing Pottery has a rich history and has had many different names over the years. Red Wing is a name that was given to the settlement of European settlers in the 1800's by one of the greatest chiefs of the Dakotah Nation. Stoneware made using the clay around Red Wing was used to create items like crocks and jugs, sewer pipes, flower pots, art pottery and dinnerware. This covered casserole dish with roses on it is the Lexington pattern and it was made from 1942 to 1955. Unfortunately this casserole dish has had the handle broken off of it but the dish and lid are still very pretty. The casserole dish measures approximately 8-3/4" across x 3" tall. The lid is in good condition. Perfect for an upcycle project, maybe a planter for a fairy garden or for display.