Beautiful unmarked McCoy heart shaped vase! This one has the tabs and the color is white. It’s in wonderful condition – the only flaw I could find is a slightly rough spot on the underneath side of the “ribbon” (on the side of vase). I have examined this with a magnifying glass and I’m still not certain if it’s a professionally repaired chip or a production “bruise” although there is a tiny (1/8”) glaze ding that has been re-attached...
This listing has a very nice vase from McCoy’s Butterfly line! It measures 6” tall and has the overlapping NM mark on bottom. Vase is somewhat unusual in that it has a shiny overglaze – most items from the Butterfly line have a matte finish. The vase is in wonderful condition with no “use” evidence but does have some typical production flaws. The side mold lines/seams are pronounced and the vase has some tiny pin-pops in the glaze – nothing detrimental, just typical McFlaws!
McCoy produced several items for Swank and this is one of those items – a dog dresser caddy! The “bowl” will hold change, keys, etc, the place between his ears will hold a ring, and the opening in his body will hold a wallet. As with most of these dresser caddies, the clothes brush (his tail) is missing. Caddy is in excellent condition with minor crazing – nice!
This is another beautiful McCoy item – a single bookend with the open flower design! It’s in the difficult to find mustard/rust color, made in 1940, and marked with overlapping NM, USA. Bookend is in excellent condition – it has a tiny (1/16”) ding on inside top edge of a petal, not detracting in any way – and a production color/glaze rub at top edge...
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Beautiful and difficult to find McCoy bookends in this listing! Made in 1940, these are the open flower bookends in the mustard/rust color with shiny glaze. Both are marked with the overlapping NM and USA. Set is in excellent condition – no chips, dings, or cracks – they do have some interior mineral deposits from a prior owner actually using them as planters...
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This McCoy vase is in excellent condition and is from my collection. It’s a pretty yellow color with brown/tan color accents, measures 9” tall, top opening is 6 ½” long, 3 ½” wide, and bottom is marked McCoy, USA. Difficult to believe it was made in 1953 – it has no chips, cracks, or dings. Vase has very minor crazing and I placed brown felt dots on the bottom dry ring to prevent scratches on our marble top tables – the dots are easily removed.
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : McCoy : Planters and Flower Pots : Pre 1960 item #561845 (stock #3242)
Excellent condition McCoy stork with baby planter! This one is pink and the only evidence of “use” is missing cold paint accents. It has one typical McCoy production flaw – a spot of green color under the glaze – that’s it! Bottom is marked McCoy, USA.
This listing has an unmarked McCoy sailor bank that was produced as a premium give-away for Seaman’s Bank! It has excellent color and mold detail but it has “use” evidence. The hat brim has a tiny glaze ding, there is another at the coin slot, and the base has sustained a ding with resulting ½” hairline and a craze mark. There is some crazing at front bottom base and it is missing the metal stopper...
Cute little shaker set in this listing! These are “Bunny Hug” by Van Tellingen, measure 3 ¾” tall, and are in wonderful condition. They have some color wear on their tails and have lost their stoppers. Neat item!
Frankoma boot vase dated 1987 and issued as a high school commemorative! One side has in-mold “W.R.H.S., Class of ‘42” and it has in-mold “1987”. Bottom is marked Frankoma, 134. Boot measures 4 ½” tall and is in excellent condition! Super collectible.
We have several items listed from this pretty kitchenware line made by Cardinal China Company! This listing has the cute measure spoon holder that’s shaped like a flowerpot and the spoons are the “flowers”. It has a hole for hanging but is also free standing. It’s in wonderful condition – has a couple tiny dings at bottom base on back – not detrimental. It is missing the tablespoon or the 1/8” spoon because it has two-½” measurement spoons, 1 teaspoon, and a ¼” spoon...
Another neat Hommer hanky box! It’s made of hard, clear plastic and is in wonderful condition with normal light storage rubs – has no cracks or chips. Very nice!
Very collectible Frankoma political mug! Dated 1973, GOP mug is marked on side: 1973, Nixon-Agnew. The other side has GOP and bottom is marked Frankoma, U.S. Pat. D215-868. It’s in excellent condition!
Excellent condition Frankoma 1976 GOP mug! Super nice political mug has red/orange exterior with white interior. Bottom is marked: Frankoma, U.S. Pat. D215-868.
Another excellent condition Frankoma political mug – this one is the 1975 GOP mug! It has a pretty yellow exterior with white interior and is marked on bottom: Frankoma, U.S. Pat. D215-868.
Excellent condition Frankoma political mug! This is the 1974 GOP mug and it’s brown with shiny glaze and a white interior. Marked on bottom: Frankoma, U.S. Pat. D215-868. Super collectible!
These holiday bells are so cute! Shaped like little girls, they measure 4 ¼” tall and both are in excellent condition. They have their original JASCO hang-tags dated 1978 and, per the tags, they are “Fine Quality Bisque Porcelain”. Neat collectibles and wonderful gifts!
This listing has twelve very pretty ornaments! Based on the neck style, these are probably Corning productions (American made). There are 3 round with indent centers, 3 round ones with ridges, 3 Japanese lantern shaped (2 larger, 1 smaller), 1 bell shaped, 1 fancy shaped with indent, and 1 drop style. All have stripes and are in good condition with normal color, dark dots, etc. Very nice ornaments and more difficult to find than Shiny Brites!