Our early McCoy hanging pottery planter is a real workhorse all year long, showing off your houseplants or summer blooms, inside or out.
The pot has three raised rings around the rim and a leaf and berry design on the front and back, with a brown and green matte glaze finish. There are three holes for hanging the planter near the rim, plus small feet on the bottom to balance the pot if you choose to use it as a "sitter" and not hang it.
Rustic and earthy with understated elegance, this lovely art pottery is early McCoy at its best. Popular during the Arts and Crafts movement, it remains highly collectible today. What a great piece of pottery history to own!
The Nelson McCoy Sanitary and Stoneware Company was established 1910 in Roseville, Ohio. For more information on vintage and antique McCoy art pottery, visit the McCoy Pottery website.
- ONE vintage McCoy pottery hanging basket planter with hooks and chain; leaf and berry motif (as shown)
In very good preloved condition for art pottery nearly 100 years old. Overall wear consistent with age and use. Mild surface scratches, marks and crazing present. No visible chips or structural cracks noted. There are three glaze pops/pin marks inside the bottom from where the pot sat on the pins in the kiln for firing. The interior shows accretions and lime build up from previous potted plant, which can be removed by new owner. Chain and hooks included, showing oxidation, discoloration and light rust.
(We typically do not clean or polish vintage items to preserve original patina.)
- Materials: earthenware, matte glaze, metal chain/hooks
- Color: medium tan brown, faded teal green, cream
- Dimensions: 7.25" W (widest point) x 4.5"H; top rim is 5.5" W