information on mccoy 14XX

ELIZABETH VAUGHN revaughn@webtv.net
Wed, 27 Jan 1999 11:11:18 -0500 (EST)


I don't remember the exact question, but it could be that the dishes are
the Canyon line.  There is a quote from Nelson McCoy in the Sanford's
Guide to Mcoy pottery "Canyon was a Two-color Brown line with a textured
Mat glaze.  We had Ram Plates and Jigger Plates.
There were 28 completer pieces in the line."
The book pictures quite a few pieces and they
are a two-tone brown. TEh dark rim looks shiny and the rest of the piece
is a lighter color that looks matte.  Does that fit the description?

As to crazing, I have had aome pieces of Wisecarver and
Robinson-Ransbottom craze when they have neer been used, so I would
guess Dwayne's answer is nearest to being correct.  (Sorry, but we
didn't limit ourselves to McCoy once we got started.)
Hope this helps.

Karen, please get well.  Didn't realzie  you were still ill.

Elizabeth Vaughn


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