This is such a pretty unmarked McCoy flowerpot -- it’s the basketweave design from 1932!
It measures 3 3/4” tall and is a gorgeous aqua/green color with shiny over-glaze.
Other than a dirt stain line where pot is attached to saucer, there is no “use” evidence! It has a 3/16” production stress at rim that extends 1/4” inside – this stress is production and the cause can easily be seen – there’s an extra pottery line that runs down from the stress – absolutely... Click for details
This listing has a super nice vintage McCoy Pottery flowerpot!
Flowerpot is the Greek Key pattern from the 1950s, measures 2 3/4” tall, and is white with clear over-glaze. White flowerpots in the Greek Key design are more difficult to find than some of the other colors.
Bottom is marked McCoy, USA.
The only evidence of “use” is a faint stain line along interior top edge – that’s it!
There are so many variances in McCoy pottery items that you cannot simply state that a particular item cannot be a McCoy piece because of the glaze, etc. This is one of those pieces and it has been a part of my personal McCoy collection for well over 20 years.
It is the small jardinière (planter) from the Butterfly line of the 1940s. It measures 2 ¾” tall, 3 ¼” diameter, and bottom has overlapping NM (mark), USA.