1967 McCoy Early American Line Pedestal Planter

If you collect the Early American Line, don’t let this one get away. Here is another vintage McCoy pottery pedestal planter. Glazed in pleasing white sure to fit in in any decor.

You might be forgiven for thinking it is a compote, but the catalogs from 1967 identify this as a pedestal planter. This piece is in amazing shape and It is clearly marked “McCoy USA” and an example of this pedestal planter can be found on page 90 of “McCoy Pottery” Volume III” by Margaret and Bob Hanson. Displays well from all angles. If this piece is missing from your collection, you can get it here today!

Exceptional planter in that it is undamaged, no chips, no cracks, no scratches to glaze. Displays few of the usual glaze pops and misses so typical of McCoy pottery. It does have a small glaze miss on the lip seen in the high resolution pictures, and close examination will reveal this as a production flaw and not a chip. Any non-perfections are from the firing/manufacturing process. The white spots are studio light reflections. Dimensions are below.

H: 5 1/2", Rim: 7"

For more information on vintage and antique McCoy art pottery, visit the McCoy Pottery website.

  • Model: K959L
  • Shipping Weight: 3.0000lbs
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  • Manufactured by: McCoy
  • 1967 McCoy Early American Line Pedestal Planter

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