Lonhuda pottery

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Lonhuda pottery produced by the Lonhuda Pottery Company of Steubenville, Ohio was a pottery business founded in 1892 by William Long (1844–1918) with investors W.H. Hunter and Alfred Day. The pottery business utilized underglaze faience.[1][2] It is known for brown underglaze and slip-decoration. The firm closed in 1896. Marks vary and include the letters LPCO and the Lonhuda name above a feathered head.

The ceramicist Laura Anne Fry worked for Lonhuda in 1892–93.[3]

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  1. ^ Campbell, Gordon, ed. (2006). The Grove Encyclopedia of Decorative Arts. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780195324945. 
  2. ^ Barber, Edwin Atlee. "The Pottery and Porcelain of the United States". books.google.com. p. 336. Retrieved December 12, 2015. 
  3. ^ "Fry, Laura A. (1857-1943)". Purdue University Libraries, Archives and Special Collections.