This listing has 4 quiche dishes from McCoys pink and blue Stonecraft dinnerware line! Measure 6 ½ diameter, 1 5/8 tall, and bottoms are marked 0871, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Dishes are in wonderful condition the only use evidence is crazing (not unusual with this glaze). They have some typical production flaws irregularities in the stripes/bands, a couple dark dots, etc. Very nice!
Excellent condition bread tray from McCoys Daisy Delight dinnerware line! Tray measures 14 long, 5 wide, 1 ½ tall, and bottom is marked 0658, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. This is a difficult to find item in this line!
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.
This listing has a very nice unmarked McCoy Sanitary Stoneware Company grape pitcher! Produced in the late 1920s, it measures 8 1/8 tall and is in super condition has a few pin-pops, a Ό 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!
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.
Very nice McCoy creamer! This one is from the Stonecraft pink and blue dinnerware line, measures 3 Ύ tall, and bottom is marked 1414, USA. Creamer is in mint condition with no evidence of use. It has a 1 interior production closed (glazed over) stress not detrimental in any way!