Another neat McCoy dinnerware listing of 4 bowls from the pink and blue line! These are the more creamy color while our #3472 bowls are more off-white color. Bowls measure 2 ¼” tall, 5 ¼” diameter and bottoms are marked: 7016, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. They are in super condition with no chips or cracks – have minor interior crazing – that’s it!
This is a most unusual candle and although the label is missing, I would say this is a Gurley candle! It’s shaped like an egg (open on one side) and there’s a white rooster inside. Egg is yellow and measures 2 ¾” tlal, 2” wide. The little rooster is white and is approximately 1 ½” tall. The wick has not been lit and candle is in very good condition although it does have storage evidence. Really neat collectible!
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These McCoy chop (or spaghetti) plates are neat finds! There are 4 in this listing and they’re from the pretty pink and blue Stonecraft dinnerware line. Plates are marked USA and measure 12 ¼ diameter – the perfect size to use as pasta plates! They have no chips or cracks but do have some crazing and utensil marks – normal “use” evidence, nothing detrimental. Nice!
This is an unusual and very difficult to find McCoy container! It is unusual not only in its size but the lid does not have the interior ridge for a rubber gasket. Container is marked on bottom: 122, USA. This is a rare find to add to a pink and blue collection and it's in excellent condition!
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!
Purchased at an Indiana estate sale, this is a very nice candle snuffer still in the original gift box from Utterback’s Jewelers of Evansville, IND! Snuffer measures 8 ¾” long and is probably silver plate but I could not find any markings. Neat and useful item!
Very nice aluminum biscuit cutter that has the removable center so you can cut out biscuits or doughnuts! The handle may be a replacement because the color is not faded or worn.