Excellent condition McCoy serving bowl from the pretty Canyon dinnerware line! Bowl measures 2 ½” tall, 7 ¾” diameter, and bottom is marked 1423, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA.
Excellent condition McCoy covered butter dish! This one is from the pretty Canyon dinnerware line and it actually looks new and unused!
Excellent condition shaker set from McCoy’s Canyon dinnerware line! Shakers measure 3 ¾” tall and have the original stoppers. Super set – looks new!
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 gravy server from McCoy’s pretty pink and blue Stonecraft dinnerware line! Server has no chips or cracks, has minor interior crazing. Bottom is marked: 1428, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Nice!
Neat McCoy pink and blue spoon rest from the Stonecraft dinnerware line! Measures 5” long, 3” wide (at center), and is marked McCoy, 232, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Spoon rest has no chips or cracks but does have minor crazing (not unusual with this clear over-glaze).
This listing has a 3 piece children’s dish set from McCoy’s Wabbit collection! There’s a cup, a bowl, and a saucer. Bottoms are marked: 1221 (1222, 1223), McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Set is in super condition with some typical McFlaws (glaze skips, few dark specks, etc.) – nothing detrimental!
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I seldom refer to McCoy items as rare but this style Canyon platter is so difficult to find that I believe it falls into the rare classification! This is the oval shaped platter (13 ½” x 10”) and is unmarked. It has absolutely no evidence of “use” but the glaze has some typical McCoy imperfections – nothing that I would rate as detrimental (see photos). This is a super addition to a McCoy Canyon dinnerware collection!
This listing has a spoon rest from McCoy’s pink and blue Stonecraft dinnerware line! It measures 5” long, 3” wide, and back is marked: McCoy, 282, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. It has no chips or cracks but does have glaze crazing (a few look like hairlines but they’re not). Neat item!
Excellent condition McCoy salt and pepper set from the pretty Gingham Daisy dinnerware line! Shakers measure 3 5/8” tall and appear new and unused. Pretty!
This listing has two mugs from McCoy’s Canyon dinnerware line! They do not have any evidence of “use” but do have some production imperfections. One has a glaze rub/miss on rim edge and a place on the handle that feels as if it didn’t receive clear over-glaze. The other mug has a couple non-glaze/color places on rim edge and the bottom dry ring has an extra piece of fired on pottery that didn’t receive color (doesn’t affect mug in any way)...
There are 4 McCoy Canyon mugs in this listing! They are in wonderful condition with some typical glaze McFlaws – 3 have some roughness in the glaze on handles and one has this same roughness at the base that feels as though they didn’t receive clear over-glaze in those areas. The only “use” evidence I could see is a 1/16” glaze ding on a bottom base edge of one mug and 2 on another base edge...