Excellent condition teapot from McCoy’s Graystone dinnerware line! Bottom is marked 1418, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Super!
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Reference books call this unmarked McCoy item and “Ice Jug” but I would describe it as a ball shaped pitcher. It’s from McCoy’s pretty Hobnail line of 1941 and is a pastel lilac/pink color. Pitcher is in amazing condition for its age – the ice lip has two production stress marks at inside edge. One stress has developed into a superficial hairline (looks like a craze mark!) across the ice lip and there’s another superficial one at inside edge of ice lip...
This is a neat McCoy item – a funnel from the Islander line of 1979! Funnel is a pretty yellow color and is still in the original box. It has no “use” evidence but has a few typical production flaws – a few dark specks (under glaze) and some roughness at hanging tab – nothing detrimental.
This listing has McCoy’s large fish shaped platter! Measures 18 ½” long, 8 ½” wide and bottom is marked: Oven Proof, 9375, USA. Platter is in wonderful condition – the only “use” evidence is a small (1/8”) glaze ding on top lip and actually, a portion of the ding is production. Neat item!
Although this little bowl has some production flaws, I didn’t hesitate to purchase because it is a difficult to find item! Bowl measures 4 5/8” diameter, 3” tall, and is unmarked. The only “use” evidence is a teeny ding on one of the “ribs” and another on the rim. As noted, it has production McFlaws – fired-on flakes inside bottom (no color but received clear over-glaze) and a couple pin-pops. This is a really neat bowl, a great addition to a collection and nicely priced!
This listing has a McCoy creamer from the pretty “lost glaze” line! Bottom is marked McCoy and creamer is in excellent condition. Neat item, super collectible!
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!
Excellent condition McCoy cheese shaker from the Pasta Corner dinnerware line! Shaker is a creamy color with chocolate brown color stripes/bands and the word “Parmigiano” in brown. It still has the original plastic stopper.
Produced in 1942, this is McCoy’s daisy creamer and open sugar in pretty pastel colors! The colors on this set are gorgeous and both pieces appear unused. The creamer has a teeny (1/16”) ding on underside of lip – that’s it! Both pieces are marked McCoy. Lovely items!
This McCoy listing has a creamer and open sugar in lovely pastel colors! The design is daisies and they’re a soft pink color accented/trimmed in a beautiful sea-foam green color. The colors on this set are exceptional! Both pieces are marked McCoy and are in excellent condition!
Neat set of 4 bowls from McCoy’s Islander dinnerware line! These are pineapple pattern/shaped with a tab type handle that’s shaped like a pineapple stem. Bowls are ivory/cream color, measure 4 ½” diameter, 1 ½” tall. Bottoms are marked: 1719, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Super condition – no chips, no cracks!
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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!