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McCoy Art Pottery160 of 184THE REAL Mc COYA Very Stunning Green Handled Vase Vessel
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Posted 6 years ago

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This is a beautiful vase that I could not pass up. It is very smooth. It is such a nice piece. It feels like Roseville..or again McCoy?.? It measures approximately 9 X 4 3/4 inches. I see no signature or marks at all. I love the way it slants down. It has a chip on the side and on the bottom. But I believe it is still lovely. Age? I think I see a piece of lint in the last pic.
Thank you for any input.

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  1. art.pottery, 6 years ago
    Believe it's Red Wing in their Nile Green glaze. Is there a three-digit number under the glaze in the center of the base?
  2. art.pottery, 6 years ago
    Scratch that guess. Just went through both Reiss RW texts. I found some similar forms, but no match.

    I can't quite tell from the pics, is it three or four-footed?
  3. l.a.lady l.a.lady, 6 years ago
    I changed the pics, looks like there was more damage and repair than I thought. I could not fine numbers
  4. l.a.lady l.a.lady, 6 years ago
    four feet
  5. l.a.lady l.a.lady, 6 years ago
    I added a part two with different pics
  6. AmberRose AmberRose, 6 years ago
    My first thought was Red Wing too!
  7. l.a.lady l.a.lady, 6 years ago
    Please see McCoy ? Slanted Matt Green Vase Part II for more pics
  8. art.pottery, 6 years ago
    I can narrow it down to a few possibilities, since that thin, curdled green glaze wasn't very common. Already ruled out Red Wing (Nile Green), so that leaves Haeger (Geranium Leaf Green), Stangl (Apple Green), Camark (Frosted Green), Niloak (Pearled Green) and Monmouth (Silver Green). All used that glaze circa mid 30s to mid 40s. First five companies glazes look essentially identical. Monmouth's "Silver Green" is a darker green that doesn't appear to match your pictures. Also, the form just doesn't look right for Monmouth.

    I went through the second Gifford Camark text without finding the shape. Also checked 2nd Gifford Niloak text. Plus, the form doesn't look right for Niloak's wares circa that era (or any era, for that matter).

    So, that pretty much leaves Haeger & Stangl - both are good possibilities, since the form is consistent with their wares circa the late 30s, or more likely, early to mid 40s.
  9. l.a.lady l.a.lady, 6 years ago
    Wonderful information! I truly do appreciate your sharing yur knowledge! Anita
  10. l.a.lady l.a.lady, 6 years ago
    BTW, The green color also shows tiny tiny darker green specks instead of white as I've seen. Thank you.

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