Neat McCoy pink and blue spoon rest from the Stonecraft dinnerware line! Measures 5” long, 3” wide (at center), and is marked McCoy, 232, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Spoon rest has no chips or cracks but does have minor crazing (not unusual with this clear over-glaze).
This excellent condition McCoy bookend has been in my collection for many years. It’s a Love Birds bookend in beautiful matte aqua color and has the overlapping NM mark. The mold detail is crisp, clear, and very detailed. Perhaps you have a single bookend to match or just wish to use for display as I have.
This listing has a McCoy basket weaver design flowerpot in the difficult to find white color! Produced in the 1950’s and measures 4” tall, 4 ¼” diameter. Bottom is marked McCoy, USA. It is in wonderful condition with only “use” evidence being a stain line on interior upper edge – that’s it!
This listing has a 3 piece children’s dish set from McCoy’s Wabbit collection! There’s a cup, a bowl, and a saucer. Bottoms are marked: 1221 (1222, 1223), McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Set is in super condition with some typical McFlaws (glaze skips, few dark specks, etc.) – nothing detrimental!
This listing has a lovely bud vase from McCoy’s Brocade line of 1956! Vase measures 7 ½” tall and is black with aqua color “brocade”. Interior is aqua color and bottom is marked McCoy, USA – difficult to see due to glaze fill-in – and has original price stamp of 59 cents! This vase is from my collection and is in excellent condition.
Nice Haeger centerpiece vase in a dark pik color. Heavy, and quality made with the Original Haeger Floral sticker on the bottom. Measures 10" diameter and 3" tall. Opening at the top is 3 3/4". Pristine condition.
I seldom refer to McCoy items as rare but this style Canyon platter is so difficult to find that I believe it falls into the rare classification! This is the oval shaped platter (13 ½” x 10”) and is unmarked. It has absolutely no evidence of “use” but the glaze has some typical McCoy imperfections – nothing that I would rate as detrimental (see photos). This is a super addition to a McCoy Canyon dinnerware collection!
Excellent condition McCoy vase from the Antique Curio line! This line was produced 1960 through 1963 and this listing has the tall 14” size vase – one of the taller vases that McCoy produced. The vase is the more difficult to find warm amber/honey color with clear over-glaze and bottom is marked McCoy, USA. Beautiful!
This is a lovely McCoy flowerpot with a design that I call wall with roses! Made in 1954, flowerpot is a beautiful pink color, measures 3 ¾” tall, and bottom is marked McCoy, USA. Flowerpot is in wonderful condition – it has a ¼” slice type chip (or it could be a pop) at bottom edge and it has some crazing. It has been used as intended and crazing has darkened very slightly on upper interior – not detracting. This is a very nice flowerpot with crisp mold lines.
This listing has a lovely white McCoy vase that was produced in 1958! It measures 9” tall, 5 ¾” diameter (at top), and bottom is marked McCoy, USA. Vase is in absolutely super condition – no chips, cracks – only “use” evidence is minor crazing inside bottom, that’s it!
Years ago I used to see McCoy’s Humpty Dumpty planters on a regular basis but for whatever reason, they have now become difficult to find. This is the first one I’ve had in several years! Planter is white with in-mold “Humpty Dumpty” and “USA” on back, measures 4 ¼” tall, and is in wonderful condition. It has no chips or cracks – does have some crazing that is very common with clear over-glaze. It has been used as intended and has very minor interior staining – that’s it and really not worthy of... Click for details
This listing has a McCoy pitcher and bowl in the beautiful Romance pattern! Bowl measures 7 ¾” diameter, 2 ¾” tall, and bottom is marked 7511, USA. Both pieces are in excellent condition – they look new and unused!
This listing has a spoon rest from McCoy’s pink and blue Stonecraft dinnerware line! It measures 5” long, 3” wide, and back is marked: McCoy, 282, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. It has no chips or cracks but does have glaze crazing (a few look like hairlines but they’re not). Neat item!
This little McCoy pig planter is cute and in super condition! Planter is unmarked, was produced in 1946, and still retains the majority of his cold paint. Neat item that is becoming more and more difficult to find!