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Lonhuda

Lonhuda Pottery Company of Steubenville, Ohio, was organized in 1892 by William Long, W.H. Hunter, and Alfred Day. Brown underglaze slip-decorated pottery was made. The firm closed in 1896. The company used many marks; the earliest included the letters LPCO. One of the company's later marks has the Lonhuda name above a figure's head with feathers.

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Painted Flowers, Gloss Glaze, 3-Footed, Handled, Impressed Mark, Weller, 3 3/4 x 4 1/8 In.
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2014

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