About the Artist:
Nelson McCoy and J.W. McCoy established the Nelson McCoy Sanitary and Stoneware Company in Roseville, Ohio, in 1910. The firm made art pottery after 1926. In 1933, it became the Nelson McCoy Pottery Company. Pieces marked McCoy were made by the Nelson McCoy Pottery Company. Cookie jars were made from about 1940 until December 1990, when the McCoy factory closed. Designer Accents marketed McCoy pottery under the name Nelson McCoy Ceramics until the company closed in 1990. Since 1991, pottery with the McCoy mark has been made by firms unrelated to the original company.
Produced in the late 1950s, this stunning Mid-Century McCoy Art Pottery vase depicts gorgeous dogwood flowers on one side. The base color of this wonderful piece of pottery is white. The vase sports the “McCoy” hallmark on its bottom and it is in overall excellent vintage condition.
This lovely vase filled with flowers would make for a beautiful conversation room in most any room of your home. If you are a collector of Mid-Century pottery or ceramics, or if you have a McCoy Art Pottery collection, then this vase is a must-have for your collection.
Note: As part of 2020 Springtime Treasure Hunt, the purchase of the McCoy Art Pottery with Dogwood Flowers comes with a free $75 Dogbotz Boneyard gift certificate, which can be redeemed during a future purchase at our online store. The expiration date of the gift certificate is one year after purchase of this item.