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. It is known for brown underglaze and slip-decoration. The firm closed in 1896. It relocated to Denver to keep producing pottery. Marks vary and include the letters LPCO and the Lonhuda name above a feathered head.
Beautifully hand painted wide vase with a perfect design of mums. The artistry is amazing! A good size vase, A very impressive example of this vase and a pleasure to admire.
Exceptional vase in that it has no chips, no cracks, no scratches to glaze and minor crazing. I cannot detect and repairs or modifications. Any non-perfections are from the firing/manufacturing process.
Authentic and signed appropriately with the Lonhunda symbol and shape number and artisit signature.
All photos are un-retouched.
Height: 5 3/4", Base: 3 1/2 " , Rim: 3 1/2" Width: 9" ID2506
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