Vintage McCoy Pottery vase or planter. Marked: MCP USA. MCP stands for Mt. Clemons Pottery Co. which took over McCoy for a brief time; the mark is shown in the McCoy books. This cutie is 3.75 tall x 5 wide. It looks like there might also be a number on the bottom but it is too far under the glaze to make it out. No chips or cracks; perfect for an African Violet pr barrel cactus plant! 2/14
Vintage McCoy Pottery tall swirl vase. c:1960's. Stately vase standing 8.25 inches tall. No chips or cracks. Very striking chartreuse color. One small piece of clay waste on the bottom which doesn't show when vase is upright.2/14scsr
Vintage McCoy Floraline vase. Satin white. Incised Floraline USA mark and number that I can't make out but I think it reads: #401. It has no chips or cracks. Stands 9.5 tall. The other vases shown in the photos are for sale separately. 1/14scsr
Vintage McCoy Pottery Chrysanthemum flower vase. c: 1950's. Very detailed. It is 8.25 tall x 7 wide with raised McCoy mark on the bottom. This vase is yellow with teal green and brown glaze. One side is fine; the other side has a couple of minor flaws. See magnified photos 5-7 for closeups of the flaws. It has one tiny fleabite along top rim which is a common flaw on this style vase. It also has a tiny rough dot on the outer part of a flower; it is like a tiny piece of clay waste. It has some tiny dry/rub areas, not noticeable unless looking for them. And it has a dark spot near the upper rim; that is glaze, it is not a repair. I checked it under a black light and no new paint shows up. It looks like when they were painting this before glazing it, they put too much of a glob of the dark glaze in that spot, (factory flubber). It also has some dirt residue on the interior. The side with the flaws is not bad despite the minor flaws, see photo #4 as compared to photo #1 without the flaws. This vase booked at $150-$200 a long time ago and the pricing depends on the detailing; some of these vases are not as detailed and look like globs of pottery instead of flowers. 1/16estcs
Vintage McCoy Pottery vase. 'Classic line'. Has stray bits of gold on it by design which makes it look shabby chic'd. It is shown in the book and dates from the 1960's-70's. This item has no chips or cracks; stands 4 tall x 4 wide. You could probably add more gold paint for a nicer effect if you are inclined. 1/14scs
Nelson McCoy large vase. Marked: NM USA on bottom. Thick, dry rim and is 12 inches tall. It is a gloss aqua color; picture #2 is the more accurate color photo. The books refer to these as 'oil jars'. No chips or cracks but has typical Mcflaws including: 2 noticeable open glaze pinpops and numerous other pinpops that show the white underlying clay see pics 4-5. It has one circular whitish spot along bottom rim which is just part of the glaze, and it doesn't show much when vase is upright; it is not a repair. Photo #6 shows this vase upside down and the area mentioned. It also has some leftover floral goop in interior; I got most of it out but the rest is up to you. The flaws mentioned are common on these older NM vases. It is next to a good sized McCoy jard in the last photo so you can judge the size. It is not as huge as some of the Zanesville and Ransbottom oil jars I have for sale, but is a cool, hard to find vase. 1/14rocs
McCoy Floraline centerpiece candleholder. Very cool hard to find item. It is matte white and marked: 409 Floraline USA. It has some very minor flaws: one teensy tiny fleabite on bottom near Floraline center rim; doesn't show when this is upright. It has one dark circular spot on bottom that is within the glaze and also doesn't show. It has one tiny piece of clay waste near bottom foot; doesn't show, and a tiny dark bump on interior. This item is 15.25 long x 5 wide x 2.5 tall. Very unique item despite the minor flaws. You could also add some polished river rocks with the candles for a modern look. 1/14
Mccoy Bicentennial Early American Milk Can Cookie Jar Bottom
Missing the lid, this old fashioned milk can shape cookie jar by McCoy was made in honor of America's Bicentennial but was only in production from 1972 to 1974. It has a brown drip glaze and an embossed liberty bell on one side and a Union 76 shield on the other. The liberty bell design has the year 1776 at the top, 1976 on the bottom. The jar measures 8-3/4 inches high to the rim, 6-5/8 diameter at the base. Other than the missing lid, it's in excellent condition.
McCoy Floraline Fineforms vase. c:1985-1986. The actual name of this line is Bijou and the book calls it Roseville Floraline Fineforms. This vase is shown on pg. 298 of the 2002 Vol. 3 book by B. Hansen. These were made for the florist industry. The color of this vase is Ivory. It has no chips or cracks. Incised mark #449 USA. It stands 8 inches tall. Nice sized heavy vase.
Antique Nelson McCoy barrel mug. c:1920's. Early yellow ware mug. Thick, heavy and shown in the book. It looks like it has an incised #4 inside a shield inside a circle on the bottom. This mug has no chips or cracks. It is 4.75 tall. 11/13smc
Antique McCoy Pottery matte green vase. This vase is shown in the McCoy books in the onyx finish. This one was likely made in the 1920's as that is when matte green was very popular. It is green glazed yellow ware. Thick, dry yellow clay rim on bottom. It has some glaze pops, a piece of clay waste, and a glaze miss on interior rim, but no chips or cracks. See pics 5-7 for close up images. It stands 6 inches tall. See pg. 40, Vol. 3 2002 book by B. Hanson. I have it next to another antique McCoy vase in one of the pictures and that vase was also made in the 20's. Nice looking vase for your arts and crafts room! 11/13brcs
Large McCoy Pottery matte white vase. This is one of the largest and heaviest vases McCoy produced. It stands These vases were not marked but are shown in the book. It stands 12 inches tall. It has pinpops and one small chip on one of the frilly areas on the handle on one side. This is a common spot for chips o these vases; everyone I have had or sold has a chip on that area. It is not visible from front display side; if you turn vase around you can see a bit of it. These are lovely on each end of a mantle or breakfront. Add some willow branches, etc. I have another one for sale separately which is priced a bit lower due to a bigger flaw. 11/13#br
McCoy flower pots and saucers. = only $23/each. Bamboo style, horticulture line pots and saucers. White one is 4.25 wide x 4.5 high. Mid size yellow one is 4.75 tall x 5.75 wide; it is either missing glaze or has lime deposits on the saucer interior, not sure. It displays fine. Larger yellow pot is 5.5 tall x 6.5 wide. White one has some spidering on interior bottom and a tiny surface fleabite along bottom rim which is hard to even find see pic #6. Mid size yellow has a tiny gouge mark along saucer exterior. The large one is marked: 0376 McCoy USA. Mid one is 0373 McCoy USA LCC, and white one is McCoy USA with a number that is too faint to make out. All have drainage holes in them. Great pots for display or use for live or faux plants!
We are very pleased to offer this 7 inch; tall triple calla lily vase by McCoy Pottery. The lilies are a bright yellow. The mark on the underside of the vase states McCoy, USA. This vase is circa 1950. This lovely vase has a bright and shiny glaze and is free of chips, cracks, flakes, hairlines, discoloration, and restoration. Crazing, which is common, is present.
Very cute McCoy Pottery egg basket cookie jar. c:1974-1985. Cute as can be! Nice overall condition; no cracks but does have some minor flaws, see photos 4-7. It has a small dark spot on the body that is within the glaze. It has one tiny gouge line on the interior rim which is not visible when lid is on. It has 2 small fleabites along bottom edge which are not very visible when jar is upright. I consider these minor, insignificant flaws. Bottom has incised mark: 0274 McCoy LCC, USA. LCC stands for Lancaster Colony which took over McCoy for a brief period. It is 10 tall x 7 wide. McCoy also made a potato, apple, and strawberry in this jar. Guaranteed authentic vintage McCoy, as are all my items. 10/13smc
Mccoy? Small Pitcher And Basin With Raised Planted Grapes And Leaves
This is a nice vintage heavy small pitcher and basin/ bowl/vase with raised painted grapes and leaves. No markings but we think it is McCoy due to research. It is in great vintage condition. The piece does have a small chip on the back underside that cannot be seen (please see picture). The piece is heavy for its size. No cracks or breaks noted. This would make a nice addition to your collection or to give as a gift. Please see pictures. Many of the pieces are antique or vintage. Some will have some imperfections from manufacturing process. We try and note any major flaws noted. Please keep in mind that glass, pottery and other items will have some normal imperfections from the production and/or hand making processes. We are not experts. We do our best to describe and research each item. Please let us know if something is incorrect. We will gladly correct and make the appropriate changes. We cannot guarantee a smoke or pet free environment as many items are purchased from estate sales, antique shops, churches, and other locations. We are not responsible for buyer's safe use of the product. Please refer to any manufacturer specific safety instructions, and/or appropriate use of the item being purchased. For international buyers/bidders, any customs fees or other charges not included in selling or shipping/handling fees and are the buyer's responsibility. Please familiarize yourself with your countries shipping regulations before bidding/buying an item. Alley Cat Finds pledges to give back to the homeless 10% of all of its gross sales. Thank you for visiting our store! Please visit us often. We are in the process of developing our inventory.
Vintage Rare Set Of 2 Mccoy Chrysanthemum Vases - Very Nice
Offered for your consideration this set of 2 Spectacular Rare McCoy Chrysanthemum Vases , some of these flower forms can be seen on page 166 of the 2002 McCoy Pottery Collectors Reference & Value Guide by Margaret & Bob Hanson. Circa 1950. They bear the proper McCoy Makers Mark. Stunning Color and form Condition: very good Measurements: 5 inches x 2 inches x 8 inches
Vintage Mccoy Pottery Magnolia Vase - Very Pretty - 1953
We are proud to offer this piece of Vintage McCoy Pottery. We have a McCoy Magnolia Vase in excellent condition with some glaze crazing that is not atypical but otherwise nothing to note. Condition: general crazing
We are pleased to offer this Vintage McCoy Pottery Planter. Circa 1940s. Grapes Pattern Compote in good condition and would be a great addition to any collection. McCoy pottery is one of the most recognized names in American pottery. The history of Nelson McCoy pottery began in April of 1910 when J.C. McCoy and his son Nelson created the Nelson McCoy Sanitary Stoneware Company. The majority of the products they created in the beginning were functional pieces such as jugs, jars, crocks, and even poultry fountains. The 1920s brought about an economic boom that boosted the McCoys pottery company to a new level. McCoy Pottery was owned and operated by four generations of McCoys until 1967 when it was sold to the Mount Clemens Pottery Company. It was sold again in 1974 to the Lancaster Colony Corporation and continued to produce pottery for another 16 years. The demand for less expensive products and the availability of foreign goods caused McCoy's profits to decline steadily until 1990 when they ceased operation.
Vintage Rare Set Of 2 Pink & Blue Mccoy Hyacinth Vases - Very Nice
Offered for your consideration this set of 2 Spectacular Rare McCoy Hyacinth Vases in pink and light blue, some of these flower forms can be seen on page 166 of the 2002 McCoy Pottery Collectors Reference & Value Guide by Margaret & Bob Hanson. Circa 1950. They bear the proper McCoy Makers Mark. Stunning Color and form. Condition: excellent Measurements (LxWxH): 5.5 inches x 3.5 inches x 9.5 inches
Mccoy Pottery Tierra Line Molded Diamond & Floral 1968 - Very Nice
We are pleased to offer this beautiful golden brown diamond & floral banded mold McCoy Pottery jardiniere from the 1968 Tierra line. Our example appears to be the intermediate size as this jardiniere measures 9.5 inches from handle to handle. This exact form & color can be fund on Page #283 of McCoy Pottery Collectors Reference & Value Guide, Volumes I / by Margaret Hanson, Craig Nissen, Bob Hanson. Ours is properly stamped, and is in excellent condition. A very nice addition to your McCoy collection. Condition: Excellent condition, very minor wear
Vintage Mccoy Pottery Quail Planter - Very Nice - 1955
We are proud to offer this piece of Vintage McCoy Pottery. We have a Quail Planter in Natural colors. This figural planter features a Male watching over his lady love bird and their nest. Sweet theme on a large planter circa 1940s-50s. This pottery piece is in excellent condition with some glaze crazing that is not atypical but otherwise nothing to note. Condition: general crazing Measurements (LxWxH): 7 inches x 3.5 inches x 8.25 inches
We are pleased to offer this Vintage McCoy Pottery Palm Leaf and Berry Baskets circa 1948. These would be great when filled with green ivy and would be great additions to any McCoy collection. McCoy pottery is one of the most recognized names in American pottery. The history of Nelson McCoy pottery began in April of 1910 when J.C. McCoy and his son Nelson created the Nelson McCoy Sanitary Stoneware Company. The majority of the products they created in the beginning were functional pieces such as jugs, jars, crocks, and even poultry fountains. The 1920s brought about an economic boom that boosted the McCoys pottery company to a new level. McCoy Pottery was owned and operated by four generations of McCoys until 1967 when it was sold to the Mount Clemens Pottery Company. It was sold again in 1974 to the Lancaster Colony Corporation and continued to produce pottery for another 16 years. The demand for less expensive products and the availability of foreign goods caused McCoy's profits to decline steadily until 1990 when they ceased operation. Measurements (LxWxH): 7.5 inches x 4 inches x 9.25 inches
We are pleased to offer this Vintage McCoy Pottery Planter. Circa 1940s. Yellow Wild Rose high Relief in good condition and would be great additions to any collection. McCoy pottery is one of the most recognized names in American pottery. The history of Nelson McCoy pottery began in April of 1910 when J.C. McCoy and his son Nelson created the Nelson McCoy Sanitary Stoneware Company. The majority of the products they created in the beginning were functional pieces such as jugs, jars, crocks, and even poultry fountains. McCoy Pottery was owned and operated by four generations of McCoys until 1967 when it was sold to the Mount Clemens Pottery Company. It was sold again in 1974 to the Lancaster Colony Corporation and continued to produce pottery for another 16 years. The demand for less expensive products and the availability of foreign goods caused McCoy's profits to decline steadily until 1990 when they ceased operation.
Green Bowl, 3 legged, Vintage McCoy. This bowl is 6 7/8 long, 4 3/8 tall and 4 3/4 wide. It stands on three short legs with a slanted-up handle on one end. It is a pretty deep green color. Other than a little wearing of the glaze, it is in very good vintage condition. There are no chips or cracks. It has the McCoy mark on the bottom.
Nice vintage McCoy bird bath pedestal bowl with a bird sitting on the edge. Decorative soap will be included with it. Signed on the bottom. 6-1/2 tall and 5 wide. Good condition but the tail on the bird has been re-glued on. 1940-50s.
Vintage brown onyx art pottery strawberry pot herb jar. 99.9% sure it is McCoy Pottery and not Brush McCoy since the McCoy books show the same shape and state this jar wasn't marked. Both McCoy and Brush McCoy made the onxy glaze, but this shape is not shown in the BM books. Age est: 1920's. Rich blended glaze on it, all over crazing, thick, dry bottom rim. It stands almost 7 tall. It has one teensy fleaspeck on an edge of one of the holes; and some pits in the glaze. Nothing visually distracting, and very common on this old pottery. Has blue, brown, tan coloring. Great for herbs or sedum, or just display! This onyx pottery goes very well with both Mission - Arts and Crafts style, as well as contemporary furnishings. I have another one sold separately; same size but colors are slightly different. 8/05
Vintage onyx strawberry jar. Outstanding vintage onyx strawberry jar. Age est: 1920's. 99.9% sure it is McCoy and not Brush McCoy. It has very rich colors of brown, tan, green and blue. It is almost 6.75 tall. It is not marked; and is shown in the McCoy books in other colors, and the book states these were not marked. It is possible possible it could be Brush McCoy, as both companies made the onyx glaze but I do not see this shape in the BM book. See pg. 27 Vol. 1 by B. Hanson for a picture of this in blue. No cracks; a piece of clay waste on it; and some roughness or tiny fleabites on rim edges on two of the openings. Thick dry smooth bottom rim. I have another one of these for sale separately; same size, colors are similar but not identical. This could also be used for herbs or sedum plants or just display it! It's a great piece despite the minor aging flaws! 9/12grcs
Two McCoy Pottery gloss white pots. = only $24/each! You can use them as planters or vases. Both have the McCoy USA LCC marks; the larger one is #3024, smaller one is 3001. Smaller one is from the horticulture line; haven't checked the other one but is likely the same line. LCC stands for Lancaster Colony which took over McCoy for a brief time period; the marks are found in the McCoy book. No chips or cracks. Larger one is 6.5 tall x 8.25 wide; smaller one is 4.25 tall x 5.75 wide. Nice pots to put small Douglas Fir trees at holiday time or to use for ferns, orchids, etc. They are very heavy and well-made. 9/13brcs
Vintage Nelson McCoy Dutch shoe pottery vase planter. c:1940's. Daisy like flower design on the top part of shoe. No chips or cracks but has some dark crazing; a small depression on top rim; a pinpop on top rim and some glaze misses. this one is 3.5 tall x 6 long. Cute for some faux sedums or ivy plants! The books states these were not marked and one books states they came in a 5 inch and 2 inch, but I am sure this is a McCoy and they likely came in other sizes too. Not everything in the books on McCoy are accurate. 9/13smc
1940 NM marked McCoy ball planter I the gloss green color. Planter is 4 inches tall and 3 inch opening at the top. The planter does have crazing as seen in the pictures but there are no chips, cracks. The inside looks like it has never been used because there is no water or soil staining.
Three McCoy planters for one price. = only $23/each. All three are in good vintage condition; no chips or cracks. Two have the MCP marks on bottoms, other one has the triangle mark; the marks are shown on pg. 13 Vol. 2. The largest one is a bit over 5.5 tall x almost 6.5 wide; #636. Next one is 5.25 tall x 5.5 wide; one black dot on exterior. MCP mark and a number I cannot make out. Last is 4.25 tall x 4.25 wide; outline of the box with pitcher inside, the rest is lost in the glaze. All are gloss white and have drainage holes. These make a cute table display; add faux plants or herbs! 7/13scsr
Vintage McCoy pot and saucer. c:1950's. Cute yellow basketweave with rings. Shown on pg. 91 of M. Moran's book. It is almost 4 inches tall x 4.25 wide. It has crazing; a tiny piece of clay waste in interior and on bottom rim, some pinpops but no chips or cracks. It has 3 stilt marks on bottom; the book says this item was not marked. It has a drainage hole. The perfect little planter for an African Violet! Not sure why, but plants really thrive in these oldies! 7/13estc
Vintage McCoy Pottery panda cookie jar. c:1978. Incised mark: 210 McCoy on bottom. It is 11.25 tall. I consider it to be in good vintage display condition even though it has some minor age/wear: Flaws: No cracks, but has some tiny fleabites. It has one fleabite on rim of lid which fits down into the jar so this is not visible, see pics 3-4. It has a tiny piece of clay waste on one of the paws on bottom front and 2 tiny fleabites on front bottom paw; you cannot see them unless tipping the jar up at an angle, see pics 5-8. It has one tiny fleabite on backside of bottom paw which is again not visible unless tipping this jar up at an angle. Those are just common flaws from usage and age like picking it up and setting it down on hard surfaces. The tiny flaws are not distracting and not major. I don't see any other flaws on it. As is, as described, please view all the photos and ask questions if you need to. This is a vintage, pre-owned, pre-used item so they are never in 'mint' condition unless you can find one still in a box. 8/12scsr
Vintage McCoy Pottery cornucopia vase. Mellow yellow. McCoy mark on bottom, (you have to turn it around in different lighting to see it clearly). The vase is 7.5 tall. It has a small fleabite on upper rim on one side; see pic #3 which is a closeup, and a tiny rough spot or flea bite on other side of top rim. It also has some dark spidering/crazing on interior of vase. Pics #6-7 show the pattern on bottom of vase from each side. Price reflects the minor flaws. As is, as described. 7/13smc
This is a nice blue pitcher made by McCoy in or around 1946. It has a grape motiff. The pitcher is approx. 9.25 inches tall X 5.5 inches in diameter. There are no chips or breaks. It does have one little flake off on the McCoy signature, on the bottom. If you have any questions, please e-mail. Thanks. Lurleen *** I am reducing the price of this item to $49.95. E-mail me before you pay that this item is marked down and I will edit your invoice.
Vintage Mirror Brown McCoy Dish, 2.5in. deep by 10in. long. The sides are paneled. The bottom has 7071 USA McCoy Oven proof on it. This dish is in very good condition. Thanks for stopping at Hummingbird.
McCoy Medium Vintage Canister In Lancaster Colony shape, Pink and Blue Stone craft Line design #134 Very good condition,small nick on cover but original rubber in intact.is about 9 ins. tall with cover,and 6 3/4 ins. deep.Wonderful old canister to complete your set or to use alone.Price is for one.
Vintage McCoy Bean Pot white,with double handles,7ins. tall and 24ins. around.Bottom reads McCoy.Large at least 10 cup capacity.Very good condition,very small manufacture flaw on cover.Made in the USA.Thanks for stopping at Hummingbird.
McCoy Small Vintage Canister In Lancaster Colony shape, Pink and Blue Stonecraft Line design #135 Very good condition,sorry no top.It is 5 3/4 ins. tall.Wonderful old canister to complete your set or to use alone.
Vintage McCoy red apple cookie jar. c:1972. No chips or cracks but there is a bit of scuffing here and there due to age/wear, see photo #7. The flaws are hard to spot from 6 inches away; it displays fine. It is heavy and well-made. The 1983 cookie jar book by E. Westfall says this jar was not marked, but B. Hanson's McCoy book, Vol. 2, pg. 270 says it has a McCoy mark. My conclusion: some were marked, some not, or they were marked but some of the marks are too far under the glaze. I have seen them on-line with the McCoy USA mark and the McCoy LCC mark, so they were not just made in 1972 either since an LCC mark would indicate a 1974-85 date. This jar looks like there is a slight indentation for a mark on the bottom but the mark cannot be made out, it is too far under the glaze. It is fairly common for the marks to get lost under the glaze but I guarantee that this is an authentic McCoy cookie jar. It is about 10 inches tall up to top of leaf lid. And, it displays fine despite the minor wear. A very cool cookie jar for your collection! 6/13scsr
Vintage McCoy planter. c:1967. It has the water pitcher in a box logo mark, this mark is shown in all the McCoy books and USA MCP 635. MCP stands for Mt. Clemons Pottery which took over McCoy for a brief period. This pot and saucer has no chips or cracks. It is 5.25 tall x 5.5 wide at top and there is a drainage hole. Thre is some old dirt/mineral residue on the saucer part, see pic #6. I shot the photo angling down so you could see it. Perfect size for an African Violet, faux or real! 5/13scsr
Antique McCoy Pottery matte glaze jardinaire. c:1940. Nice looking good sized butterfly jardinaire as the book calls it. I guess if you stare at the rim long enough it sort of looks like butterflies. Shown on pg. 63 of the 1980 book by S. Huxford. No chips or cracks; just a clay gouge on bottom. It has 3 stilt marks on bottom and is 7.75 wide x 6.75 tall and is shown in the McCoy books. This jard looks great with a faux fern, orchid, etc. in it. I don't think it was ever used for live plants. A great addition to your McCoy collection! Price is firm. 5/13brcs
McCoy Blossomtime vase. Nice matte white vase. It has two tiny flaws: A tiny fleaspeck on the top front upper rim, (see the photo which is a close up; just dot it with matching paint and you'll never see it); and a tiny flake the tip of the pink flower which is hard to spot unless turning the vase to the side, see pic #3. This pretty vase is 6.25 tall. It is heavy and well made. Raised McCoy mark on bottom. The price reflects the minor flaws and is firm. 5/13estcs
Vintage McCoy Pottery planter. c: 1950. Raised McCoy mark on bottom. No chips or cracks; one glaze rub near upper outer corner and some scratching on interior bottom of vase. It has some sticky, floral goop which was removed and that is what left the scratches. But, they don't show since the are on interior bottom, pic #5. This vase/planter is 3.25 tall x 7.75 long x 4 wide. It is shown on pg. 213 of Huxford's 1980 book. 4/11scs
Vintage McCoy Antique Curio pitcher and bowl. Striking gloss green. It is 7.25 tall. These came in matte white, gloss green and brown. I have all 3 colors for sale together also. Nice for a powder room or kitchen, or they can be converted into budoir lamps by drilling a hole in the bottom if you are crafty. It is well-made and has the gloss green interior, (faux ones have a white interior). 3/13
Three vintage McCoy antique curio pitcher and bowls. All 3 for one lower price, or you can purchase them individually; see this category for separate listings. They are all 7.25 tall x about 7.25 wide. No chips or cracks. First is the matte white one. Next is a brown gloss, and last is the green gloss. These are solid, well-made genuine McCoy items. FYI: Faux ones have white interiors, these do not. You can convert to budoir lamps by drilling a hole in bottom or leave as is for display, or use in a powder room. I also have it in blue for sale separately. 3/13
This is a nice large McCoy Owl cookie jar, #204. It is in very good, used condition. It has no chips or breaks. The cookie jar is approx. 10 inches tall X 7 inches in diameter. I am attaching pictures. If you have questions, please e-mail. Thanks. Lurleen *** I am reducing the price of this item to $75.00. E-mail me before you pay that this item is marked down and I will edit your invoice.
Vintage McCoy Pottery gloss aqua pitcher. c: 1946. Raised McCoy mark on bottom. This pitcher displays fine but has a large chip on bottom dry rim. The chip barely shows on one side near bottom when pitcher is upright. From other side, no flaw. It is 6.25 tall x 7.5 long. That chip, pics 3,4,5, would be an easy repair at a ceramic shop if you want perfection, but since it really doesn't show much or affect stance, you can leave as is. Price is reduced for the flaw. 2/13est
Vintage McCoy Pottery Country Stove cookie jar lid. Nice condition. No chips or cracks. It is 5.5 wide. The 2nd pic shows it displayed on a McCoy Nibble Kettle jar, but it doesn't not fit snug on that jar, and it is sold separately. 1/13smc
This item is as described. It is in very good, used condition. It is approx. 6.5 inches long X 6 inches tall X 3.5 inches wide. I am attaching pictures. If you have questions, please e-mail. Thanks. Lurleen *** I am reducing the price of this planter to $55.00. E-mail me before you pay that this item is marked down and I will edit your invoice.
Hard to find antique Brush McCoy Pottery stoneware water lily pitcher. c:1926-1930's I thought this was a Monmouth item, but stumbled across it in the McCoy book while looking up something else. It is shown on pg. 59, 1980 book by Huxford as a McCoy, and it also appears in the Brush-McCoy book, same mold no. #30. In the McCoy book it is showed in this color; in the Brush book it is shown in the green color. Both companies made it. It stands 5.75 tall, and I just noticed it has a fish handle on it! There is one glaze skip on the handle, but that's it! Very cool old piece! 1/18scsr
Large antique Nelson McCoy yellow ware bowl. c:1935. It is 11.5 inches wide x 6.75 tall. Good overall antique condition; one tiny piece of clay waste on interior side; some tiny pits/gouges along rim of bowl that is common on yellow ware since it is brittle. This bowl is not marked with the shield mark, but not all early McCoy bowls were and it is shown in the book on pg. 61, 1980 Huxford book as well as the other McCoy book. Some crazing and spidering. It is a duller yellow than the camera is showing it. A great old bowl for your yellow ware collection! Or, use as a centerpiece bowl with green apples in it! 1/13est
I believe this large planter or pot was produced by the McCoy Pottery Co. High gloss finish in tones of browns, greens and tan. Stands 7.5 in. tall. The top measures 9 in. diameter and the base is 6 in. diameter. There is a flaw or perhaps a repair at the top edge. A dark brown area. Feels smooth so am not sure if a previous owner did a repair or this is a flaw from production. Please view images carefully. Will not be a problem to use or display. Priced accordingly.
Vintage McCoy Pottery stone windowbox planter. c:1956. Shown on pg. 68, Vol. 3 by B. Hanson. Cute little planter. Has USA and McCoy on bottom ledge. No chips or cracks. It is 7 long x 3.25 deep x 2.75 tall. One glaze rub on side area and one little brown spot on upper rim. Great for a windowsill with faux plants! This style vase looks great with polished river rocks and some faux plants, see photos of some other dish garden style pots. 1/13scsr
Unique McCoy Pottery light blue seashell toothpick holder that has the remnents of writing on its sides that indicates it might commemorate a naval vessel. Unsigned. 3 wide. Very good condition with no damage other than the writing that wore off. 1950s.
Vintage McCoy Pottery planter or vase. c: 1956. Marked: McCoy USA on bottom. Shown on pg. 226, Vol. 1 by B. Hanson. Brocade line. Nice coloring. It has 2 flaws. One one side there is a tiny fleabite on top rim; on other side there is a chip off corner rim. If just using on a shelf, it is fine on the one side with fleabite, (dot it with matching paint if you need perfection). Or, it could be used as a planter on a windowsill since it has flaws. Or, use it on the back of a commode for potpourri, fancy bath soaps, finger towels, etc. This style vase looks great with polished black river rocks and some faux plants, see photos of some other dish garden style pots. Price is reduced for the flaws. 12/12scs
This brown pottery bean pot stands 6 in. tall. The base measures 5.75 in. diameter. Motttled brown knob on the cover and on the shoulder of the jar.No damage. I believe this was produced by the McCoy pottery co but it is only marked USA on the bottom. No nicks, chips, cracks. Good usable condition.
Vintage Nelson McCoy Pottery shoe. c:1941, called a 'Mary Ann' show. Matte blue shoe. Marked: NM USA on bottom. It is a bit over 3 inches tall x 5 long. It has one tight small hairline on upper rim; one spider line there also, and a small yellowed spot on shoe. Not sure what that is from but it doesn't come off. Displays very nice, and you can use it for a small plant, live or faux. 11/12
Nice McCoy white pottery pedestal vase. Signed USA #490 on bottom. 9-1/2 tall. Very good condition with no physical damage but has light stains on the interior and metalic like lines on the outside on one side. 1940-50s.
This is a number 204 Owl Cookie Jar, manufactured by McCoy. It is in excellent, used condition. It is unusual also, because of the color. It is not the traditional brown. I am attaching pictures. If you have questions, please e-mail. Thanks. Lurleen *** I am reducing the price of the item to $75.00. E-mail me before you pay that this item is marked down and I will edit your invoice.
Vintage McCoy Pottery squirrel on a log cookie jar. c:1965-69. No chips or cracks. It is missing some cold paint; you can touch that up if you are crafty and use same colors as the original. It is 11.5 tall; incised USA mark on backside. 10/12smc