Pretty, practical, and ever-popular with antiquers, McCoy pottery caught Martha's eye three decades ago—and she's been collecting it ever since. She shares her fascination with pieces from the classic American company, and her most striking displays.
THE COLLECTORS CATALOG OF BRUSH-McCOY POTTERY (Out of Print). 1978. Contains 62 pages of Brush – McCoy catalogs pages, brief history of the pottery, and 18 pages of J.W. McCoy pottery. By Sharon and Bob Huxford THE COLLECTORS ENCYCLOPEDIA OF BRUSH-McCOY POTTERY. 1978. Contains 191 pages of Brush – McCoy pottery and an expanded history of the establishment of ... » Continue Reading
The Marks used by the McCoy Potteries By Dewayne Imsand The J.W McCoy Pottery The J.W. McCoy pottery was established in Roseville, Ohio during September 1899. At this time there were 12 notable potteries already in operation in the region. Probably the most notable were; Roseville, Weller, Burley & Winter, and J.B. Owens. This gives an idea of the competitive ... » Continue Reading