This is the yellow version of the 1950s triple lily flower form vase by McCoy. The original sticker stating it was hand painted by shop artists of the McCoy Pottery Co. Of Roseville, Ohio survives. This graceful vase has three separate chambers inside for flowers. It is underglazed in yellow, green, and brown, then overglazed in a crystalline glaze. This form is a Cope design. The hand decoration emphasizes the graceful curved nature of the lilies. This vase was purchased in Oct. 2015 at a McCoy Lovers Auction. Nelson McCoy was in attendance. The piece is plainly marked. McCoy USA on the bottom. There is also a sticker declaring this piece was chosen for an exhibit in Wilmington, NC at the Cameron Art Museum in 2010. It measures 9 inches wide, 6.5 inches tall and 3 inches across. There are two kiln cracks that do not interfere with the integrity of the piece and are located in inconspicuous spots. A white twin is also available on Why? Why Not. They can be purchased together at a nice discount. Just email the shop and ask.
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