Very pretty colors on these McCoy candleholders! The brown drip is a tan/white blend and the remainder is a petty tan color instead of the dark brown usually found on McCoy’s brown drip items. Candleholders measure 3 ½” tall and are in excellent condition.
This listing has a carafe set from McCoy’s pretty Canyon line! Carafe measures 7 ¾” tall, cups are 3 ¼”, and bottoms are marked: 660, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. All pieces are in excellent condition with typical McCoy production glaze imperfections – nothing detrimental. Very nice additions to a Canyon collection!
These McCoy vases are very pretty and the floral design has an oriental flair! Vases measure 5 ¾” tall, 3 1/8” diameter, and bottoms are marked: 677, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. They are in wonderful condition – one has a ¼” slice type chip on bottom setting (dry) ring – that’s it!
Extra nice shaker set from McCoy’s Stonecraft line! These are the pretty creamy color with pink and blue bands/stripes. Measure 3 5/8” tall and are in super condition – no chips, no cracks – have minor crazing and have lost their stoppers – that’s it!
Excellent condition McCoy cookie jar with the original box! Titled “Down on the Farm”, this is a white and black cow cookie jar. Box has minor storage wear, jar is in super condition and is from my McCoy collection.
This listing has a single McCoy candleholder! It’s in the pretty white with blue tinge/overcast color of the Strawberry Country line but does not have decals. Measures 3 ¾” tall and is in wonderful condition – it has a 1/16” glaze ding on lip (underneath) – that’s it!
This listing has a matching pair of McCoy wall sconces! They’re white – same as Floral Country line but they do not have floral decals – and each has a small “shelf” that’s perfect to display a small figurine or other treasure. Measure 11 ¼” long (at longest), 5 ¾” wide (at widest), shelves measures 4 ¼” x 2 ¼”. Both sconces are in wonderful condition with no “use” evidence. However, each has a super tight ¼” production stress on edge of the little shelf. The... Click for details
This neat ashtray is the same golden yellow color of most Happy Face (Smile) items! There is one major difference – it has a frowning face! I’m not certain if it’s a “don’t smoke” frown or a “put your ashes here” frown – either way, it’s a most unusual piece of unmarked McCoy and a great addition to any collection!
Very nice McCoy green pepper cookie jar! This is the skinnier pepper (like the yellow pepper jar) and it has very pretty color – there are slightly different shades of green! Marked on bottom: McCoy, 151, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Jar is in wonderful condition with minor crazing – that’s it!
This listing has a super nice McCoy tee pee cookie jar! Marked on bottom: McCoy, USA, 137. The jar has excellent cold paint and is in wonderful condition – there is a ¼” slice type glaze ding on bottom edge of lid (not visible when on jar and not very noticeable when off) – that’s it! As with many of McCoy’s cookie jars, the lid does not fit snugly. This is a very nice cookie jar and an excellent addition to any collection!
Neat creamer and covered sugar from McCoy’s Country Accents line! Creamer measures 5” tall (at tallest), sugar is 5” tall (to top of lid’s knob type handle) and both are in wonderful condition. It is unusual that these two pieces have a production “crackle” glazing (looks like crazing). It is production, not from use because it is uniform and the geese still have their original cold paint accents. Very nice set!
Older McCoy pottery cookie jar dates 1961. THe old oaken bucket measures about 10" tall . Copper bail and the ceramic rope on the lid loops to make a nice handle. The cold paint on the barrel staves is worn on the edges but still looks good for a cookie jar of this style and vintage. The only flaw is a thin chip inside the rim of the lid. Which is not real noticeable because it's on the inner unglazed part of the lid. A nice cookie jar.
Very difficult to find McCoy cookie jar – “Clyde” the dog! Seldom found outside a collection and that’s where this came from – my own cookie jar collection. Reference books list this jar as rare and I’m not certain this is not an accurate description – I haven’t seen one for sale in a long while. Jar is in excellent condition with no chips, no cracks, no crazing! The paint on his nose has an almost matte “feel” and was that way when I purchased – I inspected closely and it... Click for details