Each pot measures 4 inches high, just under 4 1/4 inches diameter. Molded mark on underside, circa 1950.
Condition is good, with no chips or repairs. Some light crazing visible throughout. There are some skips in the glaze and other molding irregularities, as is usual in McCoy and other pottery of this type. Some dirt and calcification in the saucer and pot of each. One saucer has a small split in the body of the clay as a result of firing--this is stable and not in danger of growing. The other pot as what may be a crack in the rim of the pot, thought it does not seem to go through the body of the piece.
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