McCoy Pottery Collectors' Society has some helpful articles on identifying fakes, as well as photos of the pottery lines actually produced by McCoy. The versatility of McCoy pieces — from the whimsical Fruit Planters to the sleek Roseville Floraline line — have helped contribute to its legacy and McCoy pieces will likely be cherished for a long time to come. Top Row: 1. Colorful McCoy Scandia pottery in Meredith’s House Tour. 2. Pink bowl from the 1958 Oven Proof Kitchenware line at Vintage Suzanna's on Etsy, $25 3. A Scottie dog planter in Lara’s winning home from the Domino Decorating contest. 4. A striped vase from High Street Market on Etsy, $32. 5. 1970s’ pot and plates at June Vintage on Etsy, $45. Bottom Row: 6. Martha Stewart’s own collection of McCoy at her East Hampton home. 7. The 1964 Suburbia Ware collection via McCoy Pottery Collector's Society, 8. Sasha’s House Tour included shelves lined with pottery by McCoy and Weller. 9. A beige Scandia bowl at TMHL on Etsy, $20. 10. Amy’s gorgeous collection of McCoy turquoise pieces via her Flickr stream. Images: 1. Apartment Therapy 2. Vintage Suzanna 3. Domino Magazine 4. High Street Market 5. June Vintage 6. Martha Stewart 7. McCoy Pottery Collectors’ Society 8. Jessica Blake Tata 9. TMHL 10. Amyalamode on Flickr, used with permission.