[Mccoypottery-talk] Intro and Question

Jennifer Ley jtley@home.com
Tue, 13 Nov 2001 17:56:01 -0500


Hi Jeanne

I'll let the cookie jar mavens answer specifically re: cookie jars, but
yes, there was a time when one company existed called Brush McCoy.  In
the early 1900's the McCoy's left and formed their own company and
started using their own pottery marks (also, they produced ware with no
marks at all).

So, there are Brush/McCoy vases from when the company was one entity,
McCoy vases from afterwards and Brush vases from afterwards.  Both made
cookie jars as separate companies, but I don't know how Brush marked
theirs.

Jennifer

Short049@aol.com wrote:

> Hi ya,
>      I don't understand about the Brush/McCoy.  I thought there was a
> time when McCoy and Brush company combined and made Brush/McCoy.  I
> have a vase that is marked 667 6" Brush USA.  And I believe there is a
> book out called Brush-McCoy by the Huxford's.  Does this mean that
> Brush is not mcCoy?  I am also fairly new to McCoy and I confuse very
> easily.
>                                                    Thanks  Jeanne




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