Very nice Canyon serving bowl! Bottom is marked: 1423, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Bowl measures 7 ¾” diameter, 2 ½” tall, is the more golden color, and it is in excellent condition with no chips, no cracks. It has typical production color variances, drips, etc. Super addition to a Canyon dinnerware collection!
Very pretty McCoy cereal bowl! This one is pink, measures 2 ¼” tall, 5 ¾” diameter, and bottom is marked McCoy, USA. Bowl has typical production color drips, pin-pops, etc. it has a production stress at rim that as superficial hairline (looks like a craze) – it is not detrimental. Nice item, pretty color!
This is an excellent condition McCoy tea set for two! Teapot is marked 7129, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Cups are marked 286, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. The teapot has a teeny production glaze ding at base – not detrimental in any way. Cups are mint and are in the original box!
This listing has four McCoy soup mugs / bowls still in the original box! They’re from the pretty Strawberry Country dinnerware line and bottoms are marked McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Bowls are unused and are in mint condition – one has a production glazed over flake-off on a handle. Super addition to a collection!
Excellent condition McCoy margarine container! This one is from the Strawberry Country dinnerware line and is the pretty white color with blue tinge/overcast color. Bottom is marked: McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Super!
This is a neat McCoy item – a mustache mug! It measures 5 ¼” tall and bottom has McCoy’s pitcher mark, USA. Advertising stein is for “Your Father’s Mustache, 426 Bourbon Street, New Orleans”. It’s in wonderful condition with only “use” evidence being a ½” glaze slice type chip on bottom (underneath) – that’s it!
This is a very pretty McCoy pitcher and bowl set! The color is yellow with lots of little tan “speckles” and the pitcher has a yellow sunflower and a yellow rose with brown leaves. Pitcher measures 5 ¼” tall (at tallest), bowl measures 2 ¼” tall, 7 ¾” diameter, and both are marked 7528, USA. Both pieces are in excellent condition – the pitcher has a ½” production stress inside bottom that is of no consequence whatsoever!