One of 2 McCoy vases/pitchers that I am listing. Same grape & leaf pattern but this one is in brown tones. It came in many different colors but most were a solid color. These two I am listing are in a more desirable shade & variety. It was their No. 616 model. It is signed on the bottom McCoy & this style mark was used between 1940's to 1960's. It measures 9.5" to the top of the spout & 5.75" across at the top not counting the handle. Free from any damage and in excellent condition. See all the ... Click for details
Here are 4 McCoy individual covered casseroles. They hold about 12 ounces. There are only 3 lids for the 4 casseroles. They are in mint condition and are marked on the bottom. Email if you have any questions.
Produced in 1974, this is one of McCoy’s prettiest pitcher and bowl sets and is also probably the largest! It’s in blue and white (reminiscent of Flow Blue) and it’s gorgeous! Pitcher measures 10 ½” tall (at tallest), bottom is marked McCoy (in circle with lines), USA. It has some craze marks on bottom and some typical production McFlaws – non-glaze, etc – nothing detrimental. The bowl measures 5” tall, 14” long, 13” wide and bottom has McCoy’s oven proof kitchen mark and 7519. It also has some ... Click for details
This listing has a very nice unmarked McCoy Sanitary Stoneware Company “grape” pitcher! Produced in the late 1920’s, it measures 8 1/8” tall and is in super condition – has a few pin-pops, a ¼” slice type chip at lower bottom, and interior crazing – not bad for its age and utilitarian usage. This pitcher is a great addition to a McCoy, stoneware, or pitcher collection!
Produced only in 1951, this is McCoy’s mailbox wall pocket! It’s in the pretty gloss green color, measures 7” tall, 5 ½” wide, and is marked McCoy, USA. It has typical production McFlaws – pin-pops, etc. – nothing detrimental or unusual. The only “use” evidence is some very minor crazing – that’s it! Super item!
This is a beautiful planter that is becoming very difficult to find – especially with gold trim! It is the “What About Me?” planter depicting a little dog holding a bone and worrying about the new baby. Planter is marked McCoy, USA and is also stamped (in gold) 23k Gold Guaranteed. It is in excellent condition with very minor crazing – that’s it!
Lovely colors on this McCoy lily wall pocket! It’s pale yellow with soft green color leaves and marked McCoy, Made in USA. Wall pocket is in excellent condition -- it has 3 small areas of crazing (2 on back, 1 on front) and they are not detrimental in any way! It has a few production McFlaws – non-glaze, etc. – again, not detrimental. Super addition to a collection!
Excellent condition McCoy Granny cookie jar! This is the grandma with red dress cookie jar produced 1972-75. Jar has no chips, cracks, or dings. It does have some overspray on bottom that occurred during production and is not unusual on this jar (overspray also occurs on Raggedy Ann jars) – it’s just the way they were painted. This is an excellent addition to a collection!
This is a colorful McCoy cookie jar – it’s the basket of eggs produced 1977-79! The lid has a ½” production stress at the base and the bottom has a teeny ding and a 1/8” ding on inside rim edge – not detrimental – that’s it! Bottom is marked: 0274, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Very nice jar with minor imperfections and priced to reflect being a little less than perfect!
Another beautiful McCoy Grecian Line planter! This is the urn style with pedestal base, measures 5 ¾” tall and 5 ¾” diameter (top). Bottom is marked McCoy, USA, 449. Planter is in super condition – no chips, no cracks – bottom has some craze marks – that’s it! Super item.
McCoy creamer and sugar from the pretty pink and blue Stonecraft line! Creamer is marked on bottom: 1414, USA and is in great condition – has a slightly dark line inside bottom that is production (under the glaze) – has no evidence of “use”. The sugar and lid are in excellent with no evidence of “use”. The bottom is marked 154, USA. I have never seen this number on this style/shape sugar but it obviously goes with the creamer. Very nice set!
This is a very nice McCoy sugar bowl that has lost its lid! From the Stonecraft pink and blue dinnerware line, this is the more rounded shape, marked 7020, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. It has no chips, no cracks, does have some crazing.