When establishing value, condition is everything for this atomic age dinnerware. These prices are assuming excellent condition with no chips or cracks or repairs and little wear with only moderate factory flaws.
Discount 20-40% for major factory flaws or minor use, discount 50%-90% for pottery that is chipped or cracked. These prices are for mint to near mint pottery without damage or flaws. Last updated 7/2018
Discount 20-40% for major factory flaws or minor use, discount 50%-90% for pottery that is chipped or cracked. These prices are for mint to near mint pottery without damage or flaws. Last updated 1/2015
Nesting bowls and regular plates will show the most wear and in truely excellent condition could see a price increase by 25%. Also add 25% for nesting bowls that have rings on the inside bottom and for very early discontinued pieces, such as the 12" divided plate, the onion soup bowl and cake plate. Increase up to 25% for early variaitons (such as dry foot on a utility tray or flat bottom cups). Red will always bring a premium price, as it did at the time of production. The uranium used in the glaze made it more expensive to produce, top that with the halting of red's production during WWII - it just makes red harder to find and thus more valuable.
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