This listing has a McCoy shaker set from the pretty Bluefield Line! Shakers measure 3 ½” tall and have lost their original plastic stoppers – I have replaced with new, snug fitting rubber stoppers. The salt has a superficial hairline (probably sustained a bump during storage) just down from the shaker shoulder – it’s super tight like a pencil mark. It’s not detrimental but set is priced to reflect this imperfection.
This is a neat Boy Scout collectible made by McCoy! It’s the “Governor’s Roundup Award” for the year 1972, Commonwealth of Kentucky! Cup is in excellent condition and bottom is marked USA.
Super nice set of 3 oval shaped baking dishes from McCoy's brown drip line! Bowls are marked on bottom: 7070, (7071, 7072), USA, McCoy (in circle with lines), oven proof. No chips, no cracks. They have light "use" marks -- very common in this dark color -- and are nice functional pieces for your McCoy kitchenware collection.
This listing has a very nice McCoy carafe! It's almond color with a brown stripe/band at base and can be used with pasta corner items as well as with McCoy's Stonecraft brown stripe items. Carafe measures 8" tall, is marked on bottom: 660, McCoy, Lancaster colony (mark), USA, and is in excellent condition!
This listing has a McCoy individual 10 ounce size casserole! It's a beautiful brown and tan color and was made in 1964. Casserole has stick type handle, is marked McCoy on bottom and is in excellent condition -- no chips or cracks, has light age crazing.
This listing has a McCoy large bowl with handle (like a cup)! Both front and back of bowl has in-mold word "snacks" and the bowl is a pretty brown/tan color with shiny glaze. Measures 7 1/2" diameter and 5" tall and is perfect for chips or popcorn!! The production years for this style bowl were 1969-1974 yet it is not your every day find -- perhaps due to the size or perhaps they were used on a regular basis and were damaged. This is a nice and useful addition to a McCoy kitchenware collection.
McCoy pottery soup kettle with cover and 4 matching individual size soup pots/bowls! All are in a shiny metallic brown color and are in wonderful condition with no chips, cracks, or crazing. This is a really nice set.
This is a lovely McCoy teapot from the 1940s! It's in a cheerful yellow color and is the small tea 2 cup size. Teapot has been a part of my personal McCoy collection for many years and it is in great shape -- no chips, no cracks, has light crazing. Marked on bottom: McCoy, made in USA. Very nice!
Excellent condition McCoy creamer from the pretty Stonecraft pink and blue dinnerware line! Marked on bottom: 1414, USA.
Holiday dinnerware items made by McCoy are so difficult to find! This listing has 3 cups and each has McCoy’s pitcher logo mark on bottom. Cups measure 3 ¼” tall and each has a different design on front. There’s one with “Merry Christmas” and two candles (excellent condition, minor interior crazing). Another one has 2 bells with holly (has a production, under glaze dark dot inside bottom and a tiny 1/8” ding on dry setting ring)...
Super condition McCoy smile (happy) face mug! This one is the more lemon color, bottom is marked McCoy (in circle with lines), and it has no chips, no cracks, no crazing! Neat item.
This listing has a pair of McCoy buccaneer mugs! They are the dark brown color with shiny glaze and bottoms of both have the number 6 in a shield within a circle. One mug is in excellent condition. The other has 2 glaze dings (1/8”) on rim edge – they are smooth, not rough – and there’s a ¼” ding at bottom edge. Very nice and priced to reflect one mug being slightly imperfect.
Excellent condition creamer from McCoy’s Grecian line of the late 1950’s! Marked on bottom: McCoy, USA, 453. Lovely!
Super nice soup mugs from McCoy’s Strawberry Country line! Bowls have two little round handles and bottoms are marked: McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark). There are 4 soup mugs in their original box and the little McCoy production booklet is enclosed. Box has evidence of storage/wear and soups have typical production flaws (pin-pops, etc). These bowls are difficult to find items in this dinnerware line.
This is a super neat older McCoy pitcher! It’s a pretty aqua color with shiny glaze, has ice lip, and is marked McCoy, USA (in circle with lines). It’s in wonderful condition – has some crazing, a 1/16” glaze ding (actually appears to be a production pop) on edge of lip, and a rough place (edge of handle). This is an excellent addition to a collection and it coordinates beautifully with Fiesta pieces (notice the in-mold circular design at bottom of pitcher).
From the Nelson McCoy Sanitary Stoneware Company, this listing has 4 very nice green stoneware mugs! Measure 4 ¾” tall, one is not marked, the other 3 have the underlined 16 marking. Made in the 1920’s, they have production flaws so common on these earlier productions – uneven glaze, etc. Nice items for the collector of older stoneware.
This is a difficult to find McCoy item – a chip and dip! From the Morano line and produced in 1968, shell shaped dip bowl and plate are a lovely light brown color with white, blue, green, and red accent coloring. Chip plate measures 11 ¾” (at center), dip bowl is 5 ¾” (at center). Plate is marked on bottom: 911, followed by McCoy’s pitcher logo, then USA. Please note these pieces are attached to one another, which could explain the degree of difficulty in finding these neat items!
Very nice McCoy serving bowl from the pretty brown drip line! Measures 2 5/8” tall, 7 ¾” diameter and bottom is marked: 1423, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Bowl has no chips or cracks, has a few utensil marks – that’s it! Difficult to find item for this line.