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In the 1920's-30's Walter Bauer was the principle designer for Nelson McCoy Sanitary Pottery co.
This being one of Walter Bauers designs he often favored naturalistic leaves and berries,. This mccoy vase or planter is unmarked.
The clay used in the 1920's was a heavy clay so the weight on this vase is very heavy.
An off white color almost light cream, measuring 6 inches high and 7 1/2 inches across from the end of each handle.

In very good condition with no cracks, chips or scratches.
Some of the pictures I have darkened so you can see the design better.
You can find this pattern in McCoy reference book by Sharon and Bob Huxford on page 69, a difference color but same pattern. The bottom has some flaws from taken out of the keln on the wet clay.
If you like decorating in white this would be a nice addition to your collection of McCoy vases

Nelson McCoy White Leaves and Flowers Pottery Planter

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Only ships within United States.
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