All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : McCoy : Planters and Flower Pots : Pre 1950 item #420882 (stock #3088)
The horse planter is #18 on the list of the top 100 McCoy findables! Produced in the 1940’s, planter has the overlapping MN, USA mark on back (difficult to see due to glaze fill-in). Planter is white with semi-glass glaze, has been used as intended and has interior staining. The only “use” evidence is a 1/8” glaze ding on side rim and crazing. The interior crazing has darkened (from potting soil) and the exterior has a few places that have slightly discolored (see photos)...
Excellent condition McCoy Sandstone dinner plates! There are 3 in listing and they are the very difficult to find smooth shape (they do not have the ridge/lip edge). Marked USA and have no “use” evidence – have some typical McCoy glaze flaws that are production and are of no consequence.
Very pretty Enesco Prayer Lady napkin holder! This is the pink dress lady with darker brown hair. Stamped on bottom: E-2826 and still has original Enesco foil sticker. She’s in excellent condition – I could feel a teeny blemish on the hem of her skirt, and even using a magnifying glass, cannot be certain if it’s a ding or a production bruise but either/or, it’s not worthy of mention. Lovely item!
This is a neat aluminum listing – a decorator kit by Mirro Aluminum! Still in the original box, it looks new, and has the recipe/directions sheet. There are 6 decorator tips “for cakes, cookies, and canapés” and tips make stars rosettes, leaves, flowers, ribbons, and one is a writing tip. Great item!
These lovely Shawnee bookend planters are difficult to find – this listing is for a single! It’s in excellent condition – no chips, no cracks – has a very faint stain line from actually being used as intended. Marked on bottom: Shawnee, USA, 4000. Very nice!
Another mint condition listing! This one is a wallet with matching key case made by Amity. They’re both green – such a popular color in the 1970’s – and are in their original box!
This listing has a mint in box men’s billfold! Box has “Rands Quality Billfold”, wallet is black and has impressed in gold color lettering “Gallun Calf”. Super item!
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This is an unusual Collins handbag – it’s a wooden box bag without “jewels”! The only ornamentation on this one is a pretty carved wooden piece that is attached to the front of the purse. Handbag has minor evidence of “use” – some scuffs and inside bottom has a few ink marks. Overall condition is very good on this difficult to find Collins handbag!
This listing has two McCoy Canyon dinner plates – priced individually because they’re different styles! One is the dark rust color with semi-smooth finish, the other one is the lighter rust/gold color with textured finish. Both plates are in wonderful condition but each has a chip on the bottom dry (setting) ring. They are perfect used as under-plates for a soup tureen! ***The plate on right in photos has been sold.***
Beautiful McCoy vase from the Arcature line of 1951! Vase is gray with burgundy color bird. Measures 6 1/8” long, 2 ¾” wide, 6 5/8” tall and is in excellent condition with minor crazing. Has been used as a planter and has a faint stain line. It also has some typical McCoy glaze skips/color runs. Marked on bottom: McCoy, USA and it has 2 incised letter “I”.
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This is a beautiful McCoy cookie jar “part” – it’s the flowerpot jar! Missing its lid but the bottom is in excellent condition. It would be a beautiful centerpiece filled with a silk floral arrangement or with a potted plant set inside. Marked on bottom: McCoy, USA. Lovely item!
Another nice Canyon item – a round platter! Measures 12” diameter, marked USA, and has no “use” evidence. The rim has a ¼” white spot that at first glance appears to be a chip – it’s not – it’s a glaze pool that popped off! I looked at it with a magnifying glass and there’s color in the white part indicating a production McFlaw. This is a very nice dinnerware item and it is priced to reflect it being a little less than perfect.