1920's vintage Brush Ware McCoy Pottery KolorCraft Mug. Excellent vintage condition. for this great old stein / mug. Nice colors and details of dancing people and a fiddle player. Measures about 5" tall.
Another beautiful McCoy flower form vase – this one is the Magnolia Blossom vase!
As with all McCoy flower form vases, the colors and attention to detail are outstanding. Vase measures 8” tall (at tallest), 3 ½” wide (at widest), 7” long (at longest), and bottom is marked McCoy, USA.
It has very light glaze crazing (normal on pieces with clear over-glaze). The only “use” evidence I could find is a 1/16” superficial ding on edge of the lowest leaf.
This listing has a mint condition margarine container from McCoy’s Strawberry Country dinnerware line! It measures 2 ½” tall (to rim), 3 ¾” tall (bottom to top of knob type handle), and is 4 5/8” diameter. Marked on bottom: McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA.
Lovely item that looks new and unused!
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This listing has a shaker set from McCoy’s Stonecraft pink and blue dinnerware line! Shaker set appears to have never been used but the original stoppers were missing. I replaced with new food grade rubber stoppers.
The salt shaker has a 1/4” line at bottom that appears to be a hairline but I think it is simply a craze line that has darkened a little.
The pepper has a McFlaw – a 1/4” flake-off along top rim edge that received color and glaze – occurred during removal... Click for details
Gorgeous colors on this McCoy covered butter dish! It’s from the Canyon dinnerware line and has the more golden color with smooth over-glaze.
Butter dish is in excellent condition with typical McFlaws. There’s a 5/16” non-color/non-glaze at edge of top – can see it in photo and it’s not damage, just non-color. There’s a ¼” production stress on bottom dry (setting) ring) -- that’s it!
This is a lovely McCoy vase (or jardinière) in Canyon’s rust color with spatter accents at top edge! It measures 5 ½” tall and 4 ½” diameter at top opening. Bottom is marked: 3105, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA.
There is no “use” evidence – always pampered – does have typical McFlaws (glaze/color variance, etc).
This would be a beautiful centerpiece filled with sunflowers!