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!
Pretty colors on this McCoy teapot! This one is from the pretty Canyon dinnerware line and bottom is marked 1418, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. It has some typical McFlaws – production glaze irregularities, etc – nothing detrimental. The only evidence of “use” is a teeny, teeny ding on upper edge – again not detrimental. Very nice item, priced to reflect the teeny ding.
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
This listing has a set of 4 soup bowls from McCoy’s Canyon dinnerware line! Bowls measure 2 ¾” tall, 5 ¾” long (end of handle to end of handle), and the bowl is 3 ¾” diameter. Bottoms are marked McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Bowls are in excellent condition and have very pretty golden/rust color.
Very pretty colors on this McCoy Canyon creamer and covered sugar! They have the darker rust color and both are in wonderful condition. They have no “use” evidence but do have some production glaze imperfections. The creamer has rough glaze on the handle and sugar has some non-color/glaze dots – these are production. Creamer is marked 1414, USA. Sugar is marked 1414, McCoy, USA. Nice set, nicely priced.
McCoy’s fish shaped platters are very difficult to find – especially from the brown drip dinnerware line! This listing has the large size platter (matches our set of 4 smaller platters #3585). It measures 18 ½” long (end to end) and 8 3/8” wide (at center). Bottom is marked: Oven Proof, 9375, USA. Platter is in super condition. The only flaw/imperfection I could find is a ¼” production stress at end of tail – that’s it!