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Promoted item:Vintage 1950's McCoy Pottery 6 1/2" Tall Green Arcature Vase

Vintage 1950's McCoy Pottery 6 1/2" Tall Green Arcature Vase

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About Mccoy

The Nelson McCoy pottery company opened in early 1910 in Roseville, Ohio. The company was a father-son business, and Nelson and J. W. McCoy initially manufactured functional stoneware. They mined their own clay and sold ceramic building blocks to other potters. In May, 1910, the McCoys built their own factory and scouted the local Ohio landscape for other clay deposits.Thanks to Ohio's rich clay deposits and a productive work force, the Nelson McCoy Sanitary Stoneware Company quickly gained a positive regional reputation. The company's first creations were basic--crocks, jars, warmers, and even poultry fountains. Yet these functional pieces showcased a deeper wisdom, and McCoy set his sights on more artistic ambitions.In 1925, Nelson McCoy purchased a massive kiln that measured more than 300 feet in length. This purchase allowed the company to create far more items and also to focus on upscale porcelain and ceramic production. The McCoy Company began to put out vases, pedestals, and umbrella stands. These pieces were adorned by berry designs and colored mostly in the earthtone tints.The Great Depression forced the Nelson McCoy Stoneware Company into alliance with other local potters. Collectors may have a difficult time telling McCoy pieces from this time apart from other pottery pieces. An apocryphal legend suggests that the phrase 'the real McCoy' arose during this time, but evidence suggests the phrase was used back in the 19th century, well before the McCoy Company was founded.