This is a lovely and very difficult to find McCoy item – it’s a planter / vase from the jeweled line of 1956! Reference books refer to this as a pillow vase but I think it’s more planter shaped. It measures 5 ½” x 3 1/8” (top) and is 4” tall. Bottom is marked McCoy, USA. There is no “use” evidence at all although I’m not certain the jewels are original – they do appear to be original. There is a 1/8” teeny glaze ding on side rim edge that is production – I examined it with a magnifying glass and... Click for details
Produced in 1942, this is an unmarked McCoy 48 ounce ice jug / pitcher! It is an early McCoy production with flat, unglazed bottom. Pitcher is in super condition with no “use” evidence! It has typical McFlaws – some dots in the glaze, pin-pops, etc – nothing detrimental. If you collect McCoy early items or collect stoneware pitchers, this would be an excellent addition to a collection – it’s super nice!
This listing has a neat McCoy teapot! It’s a pretty cream color with lots of little “speckles”. Teapot is in wonderful condition. It has some interior crazing and a production pin-pop on rim edge. Bottom is marked McCoy, USA. This is a very nice item, nicely priced – would make a wonderful gift – just place in a pretty basket with an assortment of teas!
This listing has a McCoy candy dish from the Modern Cope Originals line! This one is “Caravelle”, measures 9” x 6”, and has a minty green color interior with shiny over-glaze while the exterior is orange with no over-glaze. Dish is in super condition with the only “sue” evidence I could bind being a 1/8” glaze ding on rim edge. Items from this McCoy line are becoming more and more difficult to find – perhaps because they have such an art deco style that is very collectible!
This listing has two custards from McCoy’s pretty Strawberry Country dinnerware line! They measure 2 ¼” tall, 3 ¼” diameter, and bottoms are marked 2010, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. They are in super condition with only “use” evidence being some wear/storage marks to the strawberry decals that is not detrimental. Neat items!
I have placed these McCoy triple lily vases in the inventory reduction room at our website because they are a little less than perfect – production flaws! The white lily vase has no “use” evidence other than pretty crazing that is not unusual with this clear over-glaze. It has a production stress at rim edge that extends ½” inside – it is production and is interior only. It has minor roughness on lily edges that again, is production – not “use” and is not detrimental!... Click for details
This listing has a McCoy ash tray! Produced in 1961, ash tray measures 7 ½” x 7 ½” and bottom is marked McCoy, USA. Ash tray has sustained a slice type chip on side edge that prior owner re-glued. Although not perfect, this is a very collectible item as both tobacco related and as McCoy. However, since it is not perfect, it is priced accordingly – great buy! ... Click for details
This listing has a covered tureen with ladle from McCoy’s pretty pink and blue dinnerware line! There are no chips, dings, or cracks. Tureen has crazing (not unusual with this shiny over-glaze) and is marked on bottom: 0164, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Very nice!!
Beautiful colors on this brown onyx jardinière! Measures 6” tall and is in super condition – the only “use” evidence is a 1/8” glaze ding on the lower edge of base that is not detrimental. Super item with a super price!
This listing has a beautiful McCoy vase form the butterfly line of the early 1940’s! This is the castle gate vase and is a gorgeous pastel lilac color. Vase was early from the mold and has clear, detailed design/pattern. It is in super condition with no “use” evidence. There are some production “pin-pops” on rim edge and a fired-on teeny pottery flake on lower portion of vase – none are detrimental in any way. When running my fingers over the vase, I noticed a slightly rough place on a butterfly... Click for details
Excellent condition McCoy bank produced for Bowery Savings Bank! Shaped like a money chest, the bank is a replica of the first money chest of 1834 and is so noted on bottom of bank. Measures 6 1/8” long, 3 ¾” wide, and 3” tall. It is in wonderful condition – even has the original metal “stopper”. Super item that is becoming more and more difficult to find!
Produced in 1952, this lovely McCoy vase is in excellent condition! Vase is white and measures 8 ¼” tall. It has a couple teeny dark dots on interior and a non-color/non-glaze on lower exterior – production and of no consequence. Very nice!
This listing has a single lily vase produced by McCoy in 1947! Vase is marked McCoy and is in super condition. It has no chips, dings, or cracks but has some production non-color/non-glaze “rubs” on some of the leaves. This is a typical production McFlaw, not unusual and not detrimental. Lovely vase!
Beautiful McCoy double tulip vase with pale pink tips! Produced in 1950, vase is in super condition with no chips, dings, or cracks. One tulip has a couple fired-on small pottery flakes – it is a typical production McFlaw and not detrimental. Bottom is marked McCoy. Vase would be an excellent to a collection – it’s lovely!
I purchased these two McCoy items together and believe they have been together for many years so I am listing them together! Both are from the pretty Blossom Time line of 1947 – one is a vase, the other is a planter/small jardinière and both are marked McCoy. The vase measures 6 ¼” tall and is in very good condition with minor crazing and a ½” super tight (like a pencil mark) hairline on inside top edge. It has some production pin-pops and a couple non-color/non-glaze on top edge – these are pro... Click for details