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The story of the McCoy Pottery Company seems more to be a story about people than about pottery. Throughout its existence the business has changed names, just as it changed its pottery styles and lines. Before closing forever in 1990 it went through many incarnations. In 1848, William Nelson McCoy built a small pottery factory in Zanesville, Ohio. He produced crude crocks, jars, jugs, and...
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3/23/05 The 1948 through 1978 Brush Catalog Index is finally complete! Every shape which appears in these catalogs has now been indexed in numerical order. Now, for the first time, you will be able to look at a piece of pottery which is marked with a number, and find out if it was a shape produced by Brush that was shown in these Catalogs. This is a super-comprehensive "guide by numbers" that...
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If you are, you have come to the right place. We are the McCoy Pottery Collectors’ Society and we are made up of McCoy Collectors all across the US and Canada. Since the late 1980′s, as many collectors as are able, have annually gathered in Zanesville, Ohio, (the Pottery Capitol of the World)...
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Several times I tried to slow down, or limit myself, just to buy the special items I really liked, or those that completed a line, or those that were an odd color, a peculiar shape, or an unbeatable bargain. McCoy Pottery entered my life when my grandmother Franklin gave me a few pieces to use...
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McCoy Vesta vase, item # m7932. This 1962 vase or planter from the Vesta line, is in the very rare matte black glaze. I have seen & owned hundreds of pieces of Vesta, & only seen 3 in matte black. This is one of them. In excellent condition, the Vesta line has become popular with Mid Century...
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Information for collectors of American Art Pottery (USA pottery) including planters, vases, and animal figurines from McCoy, Brush, Haeger, Morton, Hull and more! Note: I've been pretty busy lately and haven't been able to respond to pottery identification requests in anything that seems like a timely manner. However, if you would like to send photos of your unidentified pottery, please note...
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Restoration services for antique pottery,porcelain and china.Learn pottery restoration as a home business with our instructional cds. Fiesta Red Vase Franciscan Teapot Made in Japan Pansy Bowl McCoy Dark Brown Jardiniere McCoy Turquoise Jardiniere McCoy Uncle Sam Planter McCoy U.S. Mail Planter Niloak Mission Swirl Vase Paris Porcelain Doll Head Purinton Teaset Staffordshire Green Teaset...
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S Antiques and Collectibles! We have been selling vintage handkerchiefs for many years and have shipped large and small vintage handkerchief orders all over the world. Our hankies have been featured in “Country Living” Magazine, we have sold hankies to Boston Public (television show), and have been a major supplier of vintage hankies and vintage linens to My Vintage Baby. Most recently, we...
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We are John and Joan Carpenter, part-time dealers in glassware, kitchenware and pottery for over 20 years. Now retired from our full time jobs, we are devoting more time to the antiques we enjoy, both as collectors and dealers. Located in Southcentral Pennsylvania, we attend outdoor antique shows throughout the East. See our schedule and visit us at a show in your area. We buy and sell quality...
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Collecting Van Briggle pottery is an excellent choice as it is still available at somewhat reasonable prices. Other familiar pottery names like Roseville, Weller, Rookwood, and McCoy which have been collected for much longer have seen their prices peak and then fall. Bottom line — they’ve simply been over-collected. Even today when you come across a piece, most likely it’s still overpriced....
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Brothers, Zane and Dr. Samuel Burley, founded the Burley Clay Products Company in 1923. Originally, the company produced large stoneware crocks and jugs for home use. Since 1933, the company has focused on the production of garden pottery and birdbaths. Burley Clay Products is located in Roseville, Ohio. Our garden products are manufactured using a unique blend of the finest clay from our...
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Russel Wright, Barbara Willis, Bauer Pottery, Sascha Brastoff, Pacific Clay Products Co., Harold Johnson, William Manker, Madeline Originals of Pasadena, West Coast Pottery Co., Hollywood Cerimacs Co., U.S. Pottery Co., Hedi Schoop, Kim Ward, Twin Winton, Gladding McBean, GMB, Franciscan, McCoy, Brayton Laguna, Roselane, Metlox, Metlox California Aztec, Metlox Tropicana, Matthew Adams, Howard...
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Wide selection of vintage and antique art pottery and glass for collectors or designers. Find your favorites such as Roseville Pottery, Rookwood Pottery, Weller Pottery, McCoy Pottery, Muncie Pottery, Lalique Crystal, Fenton Glass, Carnival Glass, and Steuben Glass. We have been in the business of buying and selling art pottery and glass since 2011. We are members in good standing with the...
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Used Furniture in Greer, Spartanburg, and Greenville, SC. Located at the Barnyard Flea Market we offer antiques and cell accessories.  If you’re looking for high quality used furniture at a reasonable price in Greer South Carolina - you’ve come to the right place. At Turner Brothers Furniture we’ll do our best to offer you the greatest value possible with a fair price and great...
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Glass Antiques has done the research and in some cases offers for sale highly collectible 19th and 20th Century Glass including pressed or cut, Early American Pattern Glass, or hard to find Depression Glass. Beautiful designer fashion and costume jewelry, rare collectible toys such as Marx and J. Chein are here. You’ll find valuable information on sought after European, Japanese or English...
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Thanks for visiting More Than McCoy! Ecclectic antiques can make your house a home! We sell to collectors, dealers, decorators, museums, universities, set designers, and celebrities. For instance, we have sold to Ralph Lauren N.Y., (pottery), Henry Bendel's N.Y., (luggage), Saveur, Martha Stewart, (flower frogs), Universal Studios, Washington Historical Museum, etc.! MTM was also included in...
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