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.
This cookie cutter listing has 3 card suits (spade, diamond, club) and each has a knob type green wood handle! Cutters are usable as intended but also are great kitchen accents – neat drawer pulls/handles or tie on a pretty ribbon and use as ornaments on a kitchen tree or a large plant.
This toothpick holder is a souvenir of the “Glass Festival, 1972, Elwood, IND”. It measures 2” tall and top is 1 3/8” x 1 3/8”. The color is a beautiful rich cobalt blue. Super collectible!
Very nice gloves in this listing! They’re medium size (6-7) and are 14” in length from finger tip to hem. They are well made with stitching on the outside.
This listing has a Cardinal China Company laundry sprinkler! He’s the “Sprinkle Plenty” sprinkler and is in super condition. The only “use” evidence is some crazing – that’s it! There is a production non-color/glaze on the tip of one foot (it is not a ding), it’s not detrimental in any way. Neat item!
Neat postcard of “Historic Old Water Power Mill, Carroll Co., Indiana”. Per card, “equipment is still in operating condition” and “the mill is now a museum”.
Per card, this is “Union County Ohio No. 35-80-01” and is located “2 miles S.W. of Pottersburg”.
Per postcard, this covered bridge is located “one mile North of Mt. Healthy, Ohio” and is the “only remaining covered bridge in the county”. Postcard is in excellent condition, but the production run cut off the first line of the description which probably contained the name of the bridge.
Isn’t this a pretty postcard? It’s covered bridge known as “Morgan Co. #35, located 1 1/2 miles S.W. of Eagleport, Ohio”.
Per postcard, this bridge is known as “Vinton County #4” is located in “Jackson Twp. 33” , and was built in 1875. Postcard is in wonderful condition, prior owner wrote “Vinton 4” on back.
Per postcard, this is “Salt Creek Bridge – Muskingum County #31”. Card also states that it is “The only remaining bridge in Ohio with Warren Truss Construction”. Postcard is in wonderful condition but prior owner wrote on back “The OHBA owns this CB! We bought it in 1960”.