This is a pretty McCoy covered container from the Strawberry Country dinnerware line! Measures 2 ½” tall, 4 5/8” diameter and bottom is marked: McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Container is in super condition with only evidence of “use” being a teeny 1/16” ding on edge of lid’s knob type handle. Super addition to a collection!
This listing has a McCoy pink and blue tureen from the Stonecraft dinnerware line! Tureen is the bean pot shape and is marked: 342, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), Oven Proof. The lid is also marked 342. Tureen is in very good condition – it has some typical production glaze rough dots and inside bottom has a production stress. The only “use” evidence is minor crazing and the bottom dry (setting) ring has a 1/4” chip – that’s it!
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.
Excellent condition gravy bowl/server from McCoy’s pretty brown drip dinnerware line! Bottom is marked: 1428, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. It has absolutely no evidence of “use” – looks new! Super addition to a brown drip collection!
Excellent condition McCoy teapot from the Canyon dinnerware line! Teapot is marked: 1418, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Super item with pretty color!
This listing has a pretty pitcher from the Stonecraft dinnerware line! It’s creamy color with pink and blue stripes/bands. Pitcher measures 6” tall and bottom is marked: 132, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. It has no chips or cracks, does have light crazing (mostly at bottom). Nice!
Super nice listing – set of 4 McCoy pink and blue soups! Bottoms are marked 7109, USA and bowls measure 3” tall, 3 ½” diameter. All are in excellent condition – one has a production non-glaze/color dot on side. At first glance, it appears to be a ding but I looked at it with a magnifying glass and it is simply a production non-glaze.
This listing has 4 McCoy fished shaped plates! These are the individual size plates (12” long, 6 ¼” wide) and bottoms are marked: Oven Proof, 9374, USA. They are white with shiny glaze and are in wonderful condition with only “use” evidence being a slice type chip on the bottom dry (setting) ring. There are typical McFlaws – one has a stress on edge and there are glaze misses, etc. – production and not detrimental.
Excellent condition shaker set from McCoy’s pretty Strawberry Country line! Shakers have the original plastic stoppers.
Excellent condition McCoy creamer and sugar from the Strawberry Country dinnerware line!
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 listing has a set of 4 custards from McCoy’s Strawberry Country dinnerware line! Custards measure 2 ¼” tall, 3 ¼” diameter, and bottoms are marked: 7010, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Excellent condition!
Very nice McCoy cup from the Spirit of ’76 dinnerware line! This one is unusual and not your everyday find – it measures 3 ¼” tall, has the eagle decal, and bottom is marked USA. Cup has gold trim at rim and other than minor wear to this trim, it is in excellent condition! Neat.
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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...
Neat advertising piece! Made by McCoy for Sambo’s Restaurants, cup has patriotic stars and stripes design. Marked USA, cup measures 3 5/8” tall, and is in super condition – no chips, dings, or cracks – has interior crazing that has slightly discolored (from coffee) – that’s it! Cup is a very collectible advertising item.
This small McCoy pitcher is the perfect size to hold syrup! Pitcher is from the Spirit of ’76 line and measures 5 ½” tall. Decal is intact and bottom has the Carved Wooden Eagle description. Pitcher is marked: 335, McCoy, USA. Excellent condition!
Excellent condition McCoy Spirit of ’76 mug! Decal is intact, bottom has: Carved Wooden Eagle, Artist Unknown, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. This is McCoy’s rounded shape mug and is marked: 7025, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA.
Very nice McCoy shaker set from the Spirit of ’76 dinnerware line! Shakers are in wonderful condition – the pepper has a tiny pin-pop/flake-off (see photo). I examined it with a magnifying glass and it has a small amount of clear glaze so it is production, not from “use”. Shakers have original plastic stoppers.