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!
Excellent condition McCoy fancy planter – the cat and dog with spinning wheel planter! It is a warm honey/amber color with green color accents and shiny glaze and is marked McCoy, USA. The attention to detail is outstanding: you can see the cat’s grumpy facial expression and she has her paw raised to slap the cute little spotted dog whose “leash” keeps him just out of Miss Kitty’s reach. Planter is in excellent condition with no evidence of ever being used. One bottom corner has a... Click for details
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