Antique McCoy Glazed Yellow Ware Window Pane Mixing Bowl ~ Early Shield Mark
Description: This early McCoy yellow ware glazed bowl has a lovely Farmhouse presence. A hefty one weighing just under 5 pounds, it features a calming, deep, earthy yellow-tone with a window pan pattern encircling the body. The decorative square base is nothing but ordinary and displays one of the earliest marks, the incised shield mark with the number 11. Very nice collectible which displays wonderfully.
Note: Refer to Condition for additional information
Circa: Most likely Later 1920s to Early 1930s
Diameter: 11 ½”
Height: 6 ¼”
Product Weight: 4 pounds 12 ounces
Original or Reproduction: Original
Markings: Shield Mark with 11., #4 (as shown).
Primary Material: Clay, Earthenware
Color: Deep Yellow
Maker: Nelson McCoy Sanitary Stoneware Company
Origin: Roseville, Ohio
Condition: Previously owned - used. Condition is consistent with age and use. Good condition. Solid and functional. Nick on the top rim with a ½” vertical hairline crack going inward and outward. Another ¼” chip on opposite side. In our opinion, still very strong and functional. Light crazing is present. Around top rim exhibits color wear and scuffs. Please refer to photographs as they are part of the description.
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