This Cardinal China line is so cute and this measuring spoon holder is no exception! Measures 4 ¾” tall, he’s yellow and green, and has in-mold “#1 Measure Boy” on front. As often happens, he has lost his measuring spoons but has no evidence of “use” – no chips, no cracks, no crazing! Neat item.
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Excellent condition pigeon figurines made by Howard Pierce! Both pieces have beautiful color shadings and both have Howard Pierce (in black, block letters) on bottoms. One measures 6” long, 4 ½” tall (at tallest), the other is 5 ¾” long, 5” tall (at tallest). They have no chips or cracks – difficult to find items!!
Very nice bean pot (or canister) from McCoy’s Stonecraft pink and blue dinnerware line! Marked on bottom: McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark) – difficult to see due to glaze fill-in. This is the smaller size pot (measures 5” tall) and is in wonderful condition. The bottom dry (setting) ring has a couple very small dings that are of no consequence. There are no cracks and there is minor crazing.
Mint condition McCoy bell from the Spirit of ’76 line!
Another very nice McCoy cookie jar – the cookie churn! Jar is a light brown color with shiny glaze. It’s in wonderful condition with only “use” evidence being 2 small (1/8”) dings on bottom edge – that’s it but jar is slightly imperfect and is reflected in price!
This cute McCoy plant watering can has been a part of my collection for many years! It’s matte white, measures 6” tall, and is marked on bottom: 720, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Excellent condition – no chips or cracks – does have typical McCoy glaze drips and the handle edge did not receive glaze (fine line) – production and not detrimental. Excellent and functional addition to any McCoy collection!
These unmarked McCoy stoneware bowls are becoming more and more difficult to find! This one has the in-mold elephants around upper edge, it’s the green stoneware color, and measures 3 1/8” tall, 8 3/8” diameter. I believe this one has been used as bulb bowl/planter because when I purchased, it had some mineral deposits along inner edge. Bowl is in very good but not perfect condition...
Neat ring holder made by Louisville Stoneware! Ring holder is free standing and also has a hole for hanging. Has M.A. Hadley on back and is in excellent condition with no “use” evidence. It does have some production stress marks on upper inside edge – not detrimental. This is a cute and useful item!
This vase is a super addition to a Hull or hand vase collection! Vase is white with shiny glaze, the hand is “holding” a cornucopia, measures 7 ¾” tall, and is marked on bottom: Hull, USA, 83. It has lots of detail, excellent crisp mold lines, and is in wonderful condition. It has a tiny (1/8”) dark mark where the hand meets the “sleeve” – I believe it’s production because this vase looks new and unused. Beautiful!
This is an adorable little Haeger flowerpot! Pot and drip saucer are a lovely shade of green and have a shiny glaze. Pot sets in the saucer – they are not attached and never were – both are glazed and bottom of pot has Haeger (difficult to see but is there). Pot measures 3 3/8” tall, 3 ¼” diameter. The saucer is ¾” tall, 3 ½” diameter and is marked Haeger, 185, USA. Excellent condition.
Excellent condition Shawnee planter! Shaped like a top hat, planter is matte white and has in-mold stars. Measures 3 ¼” tall (at tallest), 4 ¼” long (at longest), 3 ¾” wide (at widest), and is marked USA. Always pampered, planter looks new and unused!
This is an unusual McCoy item! Made in 1973, this is the “American Gothic” jug. Measures 9 ¼” tall and is in excellent condition!
Excellent condition unmarked McCoy cornucopia vase! Made in 1932, vase measures 8” tall and is white with matte glaze. It has in-mold leaves and berries at base. It’s difficult to believe the age of this vase because it has always been pampered – no chips, no cracks – wow! This is a super addition to a matte white or older McCoy stoneware collection.
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : McCoy : Planters and Flower Pots : Pre 1950 item #420890 (stock #3094)
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!
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : McCoy : Planters and Flower Pots : Pre 1960 item #420889 (stock #3093)
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...
Made in the 1930’s, this is a lovely McCoy leaves and berries jardinière! This is the lager size – measures 8” tall, 8 5/8” diameter. Jardinière is in wonderful condition – the only evidence of ever being “uses” are 3 glaze dings (1/4”, 1/8”, 1/16”) at the base and couple chips at bottom edge that could be chips, could be flake-offs – not detrimental...
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : McCoy : Planters and Flower Pots : Pre 1950 item #420882 (stock #3088)
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)...
Excellent condition McCoy Sandstone dinner plates! There are 3 in listing and they are the very difficult to find smooth shape (they do not have the ridge/lip edge). Marked USA and have no “use” evidence – have some typical McCoy glaze flaws that are production and are of no consequence.