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This vintage McCoy cookie jar is in the shape of a pitcher and is matte alabaster white known as Ironstone. It is unusual in that it is blank on the two flat side surfaces.

This cookie jar/pitcher is large and heavy! It is marked by incision 202, McCoy USA, with the LCC mark under the McCoy. The LCC stands for the Lancaster Colony Corporation which purchased the McCoy pottery company in 1974.

The fact that this is a blank makes me think that it could be a sample or a prototype as I can't find anything about it in my research.

It is missing the lid. It also has quite a few black line hair marks/scratches that probably can be removed. You can see them in the pictures. There are 3 little dimples on the bottom base. There are no chips or cracks.

It measures 8 1/2" tall, 9" wide and 6 1/2" deep. It weighs 4 lbs.

It really is too heavy to use as a pitcher, but it would make a fabulous vase!

A unique addition to your McCoy pottery collection!

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Vintage McCoy Cookie Jar Pitcher White Ironstone Blank 202

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: pottery, ceramic, vase, pitcher
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 442 reviews
  • Favorited by: 21 people