[Mccoypottery-talk] McCoy Lost Glaze?
Wed, 10 Dec 2003 10:09:06 -0500
Is it really glossy or semi-glossy?
I bought a vase Sunday that I can't decide if it's Brush or McCoy (it's
still packed away) but it had more of a greenish tint so it must be Brush.
I get those 2 glazes mixed up all the time and the shape is common to both
I paid a whopping $2.00 for it, and I knew it was one or the other, just
couldn't get it straight in my mind. I love it when they lift up a nice
piece of pottery and say, "nice piece of pottery". The crowd goes to sleep
and I wait till the bottom before bidding!
It's a pretty little vase and I guess it is Brush, but no matter, still a
The guy that is offering me this stuff is a flea-marketer and I think his
wife has decided to make him clean house for the winter, so we will see. I
don't think I'm going to offer him much on the stuff because a lot of it is
just box lot stuff for an auction, but there are a few nicer pieces in it.
The wall pockets are very nice, but I can't find them in my books.
Maybe Elizabeth is reading this and can look in her American Bisque book!
Jennifer & Rodney Smith
Ohio Pottery and Glassware
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The poppy should sell good..actually i might could give you a name if you're
interested in someone looking for one for a christmas gift.
the sunflower lamp should sell 45-50.00.
other stuff, i don't know.
the lost glaze is a flowing gold and purplish effect...really hard to
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