Excellent condition McCoy stork with baby planter! This one is pink and the only evidence of “use” is missing cold paint accents. It has one typical McCoy production flaw – a spot of green color under the glaze – that’s it! Bottom is marked McCoy, USA.
What a treasure and a difficult find – McCoy’s little lamb with alphabet block planter! Little lamb has faint discoloration on interior crazing from having been used as intended but it has no chips or cracks! Planter still retains a good portion of the original cold paint accents. Super addition to a collection!
This listing has the large baby shoe planter from McCoy’s Floraline line! Shoe is soft white color with pink and blue accent colors. Measures 3 ¾” tall, 4 ¼” wide (at widest), 7” long, and bottom is marked 549, USA. Planter is in wonderful condition – it has crazing (not unusual on this color and glaze), has no chips or cracks. It has a 1/8” closed (super-tight) stress on inside rim edge that is production and not detrimental in any way.
Beautiful McCoy flower bowl/planter from the Corinthian line! It's a lovely avocado color and measures 7 3/4" tall, 6 3/4" diameter. Bottom is marked: USA, 2002. Wonderful condition with light crazing and has a 1/4" stress on edge -- production and not detrimental! Please see the other lovely items we have listed from the Corinthian line -- planters and vases
This is a somewhat unusual McCoy item that is listed as an artificial flower dish in reference books! It's very pretty gold color, measures 10" long, 7" wide, and almost 3" tall -- nice size! – and is in absolutely mint condition -- has no chips, no cracks, no crazing! Excellent item.
Another difficult to find McCoy planter – the rabbits and stump! Made in 1951, planter is marked McCoy, USA. It’s in excellent condition with minor crazing and has a small ¼” glaze bruise on one side at top. I refer to this as a bruise because there is a line but glaze did not come off – it’s not detrimental. Lovely planter and a super addition to a collection!
This listing has an unmarked McCoy bird planter made in 1942! Planter is matte white and is in wonderful condition with the only “use” evidence being a ½” super tight (like a pencil mark) hairline on rim edge (at tail) and a 1/8” glaze ding on a wing. Do not be deterred – this is a very nice planter and is priced to reflect imperfections.
Beautiful and difficult to find McCoy planters from the Lily Bud line of 1941! There is a pair in this listing – one planter is absolutely perfect and one has a production flaw causing a super tight (like a pencil mark) hairline. The flaw: a small piece of pottery at rim edge came loose when removed from the mold and was smoothed back on prior to firing. During the firing process, a stress developed at one end of the flake and it also separated ever so slightly where the flake was smoothed on... Click for details
This is a very nice McCoy planter with lots of detail! Made in 1954, this is the old mill planter and is in the pretty amber/warm honey color with green color accents. The front has in-mold “Down by the Old Mill Stream” and has an attached figure of a man fishing. Marked: McCoy, USA. Planter is in wonderful condition with very minor crazing.
Super condition McCoy flowerpot from the 1930’s! It’s matte white with in-mold lotus leaves and berries, measures 3 7/8” tall, 4 ¼” diameter, and has no chips or cracks. Has minor crazing and a stain line from “use” – not detrimental to this older McCoy stoneware flowerpot!
Super McCoy hanging planter from the Red Clay line of 1976! Measures 3” tall, 5” diameter, and is marked on bottom: 0760, McCoy Lancaster Colony, USA. Planter has lost its rope and has a faint stain line – that’s it! Difficult to find item.
Very nice unmarked McCoy planter shaped like a pair of baby shoes! Planter is a pretty blue color with shiny glaze and is in wonderful condition. It has a couple typical color/glaze skips – production and not detrimental. Planter has no chips, cracks, or crazing – has been used as intended and has a faint stain line on interior, that’s it!