[Mccoypottery-talk] Today"s finds

Betty Nelson bettyfnelson@mchsi.com
Mon, 17 Nov 2003 08:50:19 -0600


Jennifer, I think the sugar bucket was used for cube sugar and needed a pai=
r of fancy tong to lift out the cubes.  Of course my family would have used=
 their fingers,.  Betty
  ----- Original Message -----=20
  From: Jennifer Smith=20
  To: mccoypottery-talk@lists.mccoypottery.com=20
  Sent: Sunday, November 16, 2003 6:52 PM
  Subject: [Mccoypottery-talk] Today"s finds


  Well, I went to an auction today and got some neat finds.

  A beautiful Green Brush McCoy compote with handles in the Green Onyx (?).

  A Weller Garden Statue called the Goose Boy and I really need help in val=
uing this one.  I think I way overpaid on it!<G>  Does anyone have a curren=
t Weller Book?  I have one but it is out of date and there are no Weller pi=
eces like this on the 'net.

  I bought another small Weller vase that is very different in that the gla=
ze is on the inside and not the outside and there are designs scratched int=
o it.

  A LRRH cookie jar and S&P shakers.

  A matte Hull piece.

  3 Flow Blue Pitchers in Chintz

  And what in the heck is a sugar bucket anyway?????  I bought 3 of them bu=
t I don't have a clue what they were used for!<G>
  There were a few other Brush and McCoy pieces, but they weren't good stuf=
f so I passed.

  Jennifer Smith
  Hull full of Ohio Pottery and Glassware
  Capriherb Farm
  Baltimore Ohio
  http://www.rubylane.com/shops/OhioPottery/
  GO BUCKS!!!!



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