Beautiful McCoy vase from the Arcature line of 1951! Vase is gray with burgundy color bird. Measures 6 1/8” long, 2 ¾” wide, 6 5/8” tall and is in excellent condition with minor crazing. Has been used as a planter and has a faint stain line. It also has some typical McCoy glaze skips/color runs. Marked on bottom: McCoy, USA and it has 2 incised letter “I”.
This is a beautiful McCoy cookie jar “part” – it’s the flowerpot jar! Missing its lid but the bottom is in excellent condition. It would be a beautiful centerpiece filled with a silk floral arrangement or with a potted plant set inside. Marked on bottom: McCoy, USA. Lovely item!
Another nice Canyon item – a round platter! Measures 12” diameter, marked USA, and has no “use” evidence. The rim has a ¼” white spot that at first glance appears to be a chip – it’s not – it’s a glaze pool that popped off! I looked at it with a magnifying glass and there’s color in the white part indicating a production McFlaw. This is a very nice dinnerware item and it is priced to reflect it being a little less than perfect.
Another pretty McCoy wall pocket! This one is shaped like a large flower blossom and is a cheerful yellow with shiny glaze. It has no chips, does have crazing and a super tight ¼” hairline on back edge – it looks like a craze mark and is not detracting!
This McCoy listing has 6 double handled soup bowls from the pretty Strawberry Country line! Excellent condition – one bowl has a teeny ding on rim – that’s it. Marked on bottoms: McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Super!
McCoy’s cute snowman planters are so difficult to find and are treasured additions to any McCoy collection! This little guy has lost all his cold paint but he’s in wonderful condition – has a couple craze marks inside bottom. He has the beginnings of glaze crazing – not breaks, not cracks – planter “rings” true. Has some typical McFlaws – there’s a fired-on pottery clunk inside bottom of planter, a couple little under-glaze bumps – nothing of consequence and nothing... Click for details