This is only the second set of these McCoy Canyon “stubby” shakers I’ve had in inventory – they are very difficult to find! Shakers measure 2 1/8” tall and have the more difficult to find smooth (not textured) glaze/finish. The set looks new and unused – even have the original orange color plastic stoppers. There is no evidence of “use” – I noticed a couple typical McFlaws in glaze/color – that’s it! Super addition to a Canyon collection!
This listing has a creamer and sugar with lid from McCoy’s pretty Canyon dinnerware line! Pieces are marked 1414, McCoy, USA and are in excellent condition with typical glaze/color variances. These pieces have the more difficult to find smooth (not textured) glaze finish. Very nice!
This listing has a McCoy spoon rest – it’s from the pink and blue Stonecraft dinnerware line! It measures 3” wide (at widest), 4 ¾” long (at longest) and back is marked: McCoy, 232, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Spoon rest has a couple glaze craze marks and minor wear on stripes – that’s it!
This listing has a trivet from McCoy’s pink and blue Stonecraft dinnerware line! Trivet measures 5 ¾” diameter and back is marked 1052, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. It has some typical McCoy glaze imperfections – dots, etc – production and not detrimental. The only “use” evidence is some crazing that is very common on clear over-glaze items. Nice item!
This listing has a set of 4 pedestal style mugs from McCoy’s Canyon dinnerware line! Mugs measure 4 ¼” tall and bottoms are marked: McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. All are in excellent condition with a few typical McFlaws (pin-pops, irregular color/glaze, etc) – nothing unusual and nothing detrimental.
Wow – this is the difficult to find large 14” size McCoy bowl! It’s from the pretty pink and blue Stonecraft dinnerware line and is in excellent condition. Bottom is marked: Oven Proof, McCoy, 14, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Super!
This listing has a set of 4 individual size casseroles from McCoy’s Canyon dinnerware line! These are the French style casseroles (stick type handles) and bottoms are marked 7054, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. When I saw these casseroles, I couldn’t resist purchasing them because they’re quirky and definitely conversations starters due to their shape! Apparently all came from the same mold or the same potter made them – they are oval shaped at top opening instead of round shaped!... Click for details