Tag Archives: mccoy pottery

Dansk, McCoy Yellow Flower Pots ca. 1950’s to 60’s

23 Sep

dansk pots, mccoy pot

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The pair of yellow flower pots with separate saucers are made by Dansk. The  small one in front in the top photo is made by McCoy in the Basketweave pattern, and the larger swirled patterned one is unmarked.   All are in great condition and look quite cheery all together.

Small McCoy pot is approx. 4″ and is priced at $10.

Pair of Dansk pots are priced at $25 for the pair.

Yellow swirled pot is priced at $15.

These will be available for sale at the Carleton Fieldhouse Antique Show, Ottawa ON, where I will have a booth set up. Show dates are Oct. 25th and 26th, 2014.

Please note the McCoy and yellow swirled pots are now SOLD!!

Vintage 1940’s Art Deco McCoy Vase, Turquoise colour

18 Mar

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This Art Deco styled vase stands about 6″ tall and is in excellent condition.  Dates to the late 1940’s.  Manufactured by McCoy in the USA.  This vase has a very nice light turquoise colour .   McCoy pottery is no longer being made.

For sale at my booth at the Almonte Antique Market in Almonte ON, Canada.

Priced at $20.00

Please note this item is now SOLD!!

McCoy Jardiniere or Flower Pot

11 Jan

McCoy flowerpot

McCFoy pot bottom

Gorgeous piece of McCoy Pottery.   Raised mark on the bottom dates it between the 40’s and 60’s.  Nice glaze with 3 colours adds a lot of charm to the  piece.   It stands about 8″ high.  Found it at a local thrift store still in one of the carts on its way to the shelves.  I snatched it up in the  blink of an eye.

Note: This is now SOLD

Cookie Jars, Original or Repro

19 Oct
cookie jars

Delectable containers!

Below are two lovely cookie jars that caught my fancy and fit in with my fruit and vegetables collections.  The strawberry is made by McCoy and is the real deal.  It has an embossed number on the bottom.  The banana cookie jar is a reproduction of the orignal McCoy Banana  one.  You can tell it is a repro by the finish, which has faked crazing (crazing is small crack  lines in the glazing which occurs naturally over many years on some pottery).   I bought it knowing it was a repro because I liked it.  I photographed it with the glass apple for size comparison.

Here is a link to McCoy Pottery marks: http://www.mccoypottery.com/mark.html