This listing has two McCoy clown face cups/mugs! They are tan color with lots of “speckles” and bottoms are marked McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Both are in super condition with no chips or cracks. One has some paint loss (not uncommon because it’s cold painted), the other has excellent pain. The clown mugs are rather difficult to find!
This listing has 4 snack bowls from McCoy’s Western Wear (ware) line of 1979! Bowls measure 2 ¼” tall, 4 ¾” diameter. They are in excellent condition. The bottom dry ring of one bowl has been signed by Billy McCoy and dated July 2000.
These bowls match/coordinate with our set of 4 cups/mugs listed as our item inventory #1607 and our pitc... 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 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!
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!!
Wow – this is the difficult to find large 14” size McCoy bowl! It’s from the pretty pink and blue Stonecraft dinnerware line and is in excellent condition. Bottom is marked: Oven Proof, McCoy, 14, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Super!
Another excellent condition McCoy gravy server! It has a pour lip on each side (for lefties or righties!) and is from the pretty Canyon dinnerware line. Bottom is marked: 1428, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. This one has lovely colors with the more smooth type color/glaze. Pretty!
Excellent condition double pour lip gravy server from McCoy’s pretty Canyon dinnerware line! Bottom is marked: 1428, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Server has a small fired-on pottery flake inside bottom – that’s it! Gorgeous colors, super item!
Very pretty color on this McCoy shaker set from the Canyon dinnerware line! Shakers measure 3 5/8” tall and are in excellent condition. They did not have stoppers so I have replaced with new rubber stoppers. Super item!
This listing has a very nice spoon rest from McCoy’s pink and blue Stonecraft dinnerware line! Measures 5 1/8” long (at longest), 3 1/8” wide (at center), and is marked McCoy, 232, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Spoon rest has no chips, cracks, or dings but does have minor crazing and some imperfections in the stripes/bands. It has a production closed stress on upper edge – just below rim edge – it is production and is not detrimental to use or appearance.
Super condition teapot from McCoy’s pretty pink and blue dinnerware line! Bottom is marked 163, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Teapot has no chips, no cracks, couple craze marks on lid – that’s it!
This listing has a dinnerware service for 4 from McCoy’s pretty pink and blue Stonecraft line! There are 4 dinner plates, 4 bowls, 4 cups, and 4 (difficult to find!) saucers. There are no chips, cracks or dings, some pieces have crazing (1 of the cups has a discolored craze inside bottom) – normal for this glaze and line. There are a few typical McFlaws – dark dot, etc. – usual production blemishes and not detrimental. Very nice listing!