[Mccoypottery-talk] Green Wishing Well Planter

ACP acpearce@io.com
Wed, 12 Nov 2003 21:00:57 -0600

karen flangan wrote:

> Hi ACP,
> Thank you for your offer of help.  Unfortunately, mine is all green 
> and doesn't have a chain.  It's not the 1950's McCoy version. Who 
> exactly made it I still don't know. Some kind members of this list 
> have helped me with this and I am very grateful for it.
>  There's also woman on a art pottery list who has helped me  She says 
> she has the same planter and hers is marked McCoy.  She suggested I 
> email the Sanford's and ask for their help to id it.  I emailed 
> them but I haven't heard anything yet.  I ordered a copy of their book 
> and will look through it when I arrives.  I have no idea who used the 
> mark on this planter and will probably drive myself crazing trying to 
> research it.   
> Thank you,
> Karen
> */ACP <acpearce@io.com>/* wrote:
>     I have the brown/multi-colored Wishing Well (not the all green one).
>     So, if yours isn't the all green one, send me a pic. I would be
>     able to
>     tell if it looks just like mine or not.
>     Does yours still have the original chain on it??
>     :-)
>     acp
>     ----------
>     >It doesn't sound like the McCoy one. You can send me photos at
>     >revaughn@webtv.net
>     >I will see if I can come across anything in any of our books when
>     I have
>     >time.
>     >Elizabeth
>     >
What is the mark??  I have a book of just marks.

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