Pretty pair of matching planters from McCoy’s Pedestal line of 1959! Planters are pink, measure 7 1/8” long, 2 5/8” tall, 3 1/8” wide and are marked USA. They are in super condition – no chips, no cracks – have very faint stain lines from use (not detrimental).
Super condition McCoy flowerpot from the 1930’s! It’s matte white with in-mold lotus leaves and berries, measures 3 7/8” tall, 4 ¼” diameter, and has no chips or cracks. Has minor crazing and a stain line from “use” – not detrimental to this older McCoy stoneware flowerpot!
Super McCoy hanging planter from the Red Clay line of 1976! Measures 3” tall, 5” diameter, and is marked on bottom: 0760, McCoy Lancaster Colony, USA. Planter has lost its rope and has a faint stain line – that’s it! Difficult to find item.
Very nice unmarked McCoy planter shaped like a pair of baby shoes! Planter is a pretty blue color with shiny glaze and is in wonderful condition. It has a couple typical color/glaze skips – production and not detrimental. Planter has no chips, cracks, or crazing – has been used as intended and has a faint stain line on interior, that’s it!
Beautiful McCoy planter shaped like an old car! Measures 8" X 3 1/2" and is in a beautiful avocado color with shiny glaze. Mint condition -- no chips, no cracks -- looks new! Marked on bottom: Floraline, Lancaster Colony (mark). The McCoy automobile planters are seldom found with the Floraline mark.
Beautiful McCoy pedestal planter! Nice size -- measures 7 1/4" tall, 6 3/4" diameter-- and is in a pretty light tan color with lots of little "speckles". From the Floraline Line,planter is marked on bottom: 464, USA. Always pampered and in mint condition!!
Lovely and difficult to find McCoy planter! Made in 1942, this is the kitten with basket planter in white with shiny glaze. It has the overlapping NM, USA mark and is in wonderful condition – no chips, no cracks, minor crazing! Has been used as intended and has a faint interior stain line. Super item!
Excellent condition McCoy fancy planter – the cat and dog with spinning wheel planter! It is a warm honey/amber color with green color accents and shiny glaze and is marked McCoy, USA. The attention to detail is outstanding: you can see the cat’s grumpy facial expression and she has her paw raised to slap the cute little spotted dog whose “leash” keeps him just out of Miss Kitty’s reach. Planter is in excellent condition with no evidence of ever being used. One bottom corner has a non-color (has... Click for details
The horse planter is #18 on the list of the top 100 McCoy findables! Produced in the 1940’s, planter has the overlapping MN, USA mark on back (difficult to see due to glaze fill-in). Planter is white with semi-glass glaze, has been used as intended and has interior staining. The only “use” evidence is a 1/8” glaze ding on side rim and crazing. The interior crazing has darkened (from potting soil) and the exterior has a few places that have slightly discolored (see photos). This discoloration oc... Click for details
McCoy’s cute snowman planters are so difficult to find and are treasured additions to any McCoy collection! This little guy has lost all his cold paint but he’s in wonderful condition – has a couple craze marks inside bottom. He has the beginnings of glaze crazing – not breaks, not cracks – planter “rings” true. Has some typical McFlaws – there’s a fired-on pottery clunk inside bottom of planter, a couple little under-glaze bumps – nothing of consequence and nothing detrimental. Great addition t... Click for details
McCoy’s basket planters are so pretty and this one is exceptional! It’s a beautiful yellow color and is in mint condition – looks new and unused! Marked on bottom: 561, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Wouldn’t this be a lovely gift – just place a couple small potted plants inside or fill with a couple hand towels and scented soaps! Very nice item.
This is a very pretty McCoy flowerpot from the butterfly line of the 1940’s! Flowerpot is a matte pastel aqua color, measures 3 5/8” tall, 3 ¾” diameter. Marked with overlapping NM, and USA. In wonderful condition with only “use” evidence being a ¾” superfine and tight interior hairline – like a pencil mark or a craze! Very nice addition to a collection.
Cute little unmarked McCoy duck planter! Little duck measures 3 5/8” tall (at tallest) and he’s an unusual color. He’s a pretty green color but his front half has a darker underlying color (extends back to his wings) while the rest is green. He has a couple production rubs (non-color/glaze) on one wing and one on his chest – they are production and of no consequence! The only “use” evidence I could find is a 1/16” glaze ding on rim edge – that’s it! Neat planter.
The color and design of this McCoy planter (small jardinière) are simply outstanding! Made in the 1940’s, planter measures 3 ¼” tall, 3 5/8” diameter, is a pale pink color and marked on bottom: Made in USA, McCoy. Little planter has several typical McFlaws – color pooling and drips, a ½” missing piece of pottery that apparently came off during removal from mold – has color and glaze and is located at the bottom of one of the corner ribs), and it has a couple ½” super tight hairlines at rim that ... Click for details
This is a cutie – a McCoy smiley flowerpot! Color is a cheerful yellow, has black eyes and smile, and is marked on bottom: 0386, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Measures 4 ¼” tall and is in wonderful condition even though it has “use” evidence of a super tight 1” hairline that is visible on interior. Flowerpot is sound, rings “true”, and is perfect for using as intended and will provide many, many years of enjoyment. Wouldn’t this be a lovely “get well” or “just because” gift?
Another beautiful McCoy “No Hunting” planter! This item was purchased at the same estate sale as our item #2991 planter. This one has richer coloring – greens are darker and the “No Hunting” sign still has its original cold paint. Planter is in wonderful condition but as sometimes happens between viewing the item and actually purchasing it, the bird sustained a very light glaze ding (in the edge of the blue color). It could be easily repaired, color touched-up, or just enjoyed as is because it’s... Click for details