Mark inside creamer

Terry Kinsey mccoy@mccoypottery.com
Tuesday, December 22, 1998 5:26 PM



>>     I have an English Ivy Teapot, creamer, and  sugar. The creamer has a
>>"J" on the bottom of the inside of the  creamer. It was obviously molded
>>into the creamer when it was made. Has anyone  seen anything like this on
>>any other McCoy? We have never seen this before.  Thanks for any
>>reponse...Leslie
>
>
>Hello everyone who has seen this:  <Re: Mark inside Creamer>
>
>The letter found inside the items is a technique used by various employees
>at the
>McCoy Pottery to identify the item counts.....the old piece work routine.
Each
>employee marked their pieces with different letters and that way they were
paid
>according to productivity.....Cheers!  Terry
>
>
>


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