[Mccoypottery-talk] Cookie Jar Question!

~barb crews xmascookie@thecookiejar.net
Mon, 12 Jul 2004 16:29:23 -0500

Small chips can run $50 to $75 from folks I've talked to, not sure if it 
would be worth getting something like that repaired. (If it is smallish). 
It also can take forever to get fixed, again from a few repair folks I know.
One is in Phoenix and one is in the Washington (state) area.

At 03:50 PM 7/12/2004, you wrote:
>That's it Barb!
>I had seen it sold last year at a McCoy auction so got McCoy in my head!
>It has a very old small chip on the lid and I was wondering if there is
>anywhere reliable to get it repaired?
>It will be one of the showcase cookie jars in my new store, and I don't know
>whether I should have the repair done or not.  I paid quite a bit for it,
>but seem to remember it is a fairly valuable jar.  I've only seen one other
>at all the auctions I go to.
>If any of you know of a reliable source that would do a repair that would
>improve the value, I'd like to know!
>Thanks again!
>Jennifer  & Rodney Smith
>Baltimore, Ohio
>-----Original Message-----
>From: mccoypottery-talk-admin@lists.mccoypottery.com
>[mailto:mccoypottery-talk-admin@lists.mccoypottery.com]On Behalf Of
>~barb crews
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>Subject: Re: [Mccoypottery-talk] Cookie Jar Question!
>Yes --
>If it's this one.
>Which, btw... was designed by Don Winton.
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