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McCoy Art Pottery118 of 2161920s Brush McCoy VaseBoy on Seashell Yellow Glaze McCoy? Haeger?
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    Posted 6 years ago

    fernpig
    (23 items)

    8' by 2 1/2' deep green,McCoy (I think) shallow ceramic bowl.There is another name for this type bowl,that I can not remember.I cherish this simple piece of pottery above all my other ceramics,simply because it brings back good memories.

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    Comments

    1. JoeyC, 6 years ago
      Yellow clay consistent with Ohio clay. Incised numbers consistent with Brush-McCoy or J W McCoy. I have never seen that type of foot on a McCoy piece but that's not to say this makes it unlikely. I'll have to check my books; will post again if I find it. Nice dish!
    2. fernpig fernpig, 6 years ago
      JoeyC,Please do.I am super curious about it.I think it sits under a flower pot to catch water.
    3. katherinescollections katherinescollections, 6 years ago
      That was my thought seeing it, that it was a planter dish. Lovely!
    4. McCoyNelson McCoyNelson, 4 years ago
      This item is actually a pet feeder (or bulb bowl). Made in the 1920s, this is from Brush-McCoy.
    5. fernpig fernpig, 4 years ago
      Thanks,McCoyNelson!

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