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Posted 4 years ago

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Leslie33
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Can anyone tell me anything about "Lotta" ceramics or pottery? I have not been able to find anyone that has any information about the set I own. The only thing I have been able to find out is that it is listed in Debolt's dictionary of American pottery marks as being American made, c. 1880. Any additional information would be greatly appreciated!

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  1. khuddleston637, 28 days ago
    I have a Lotta bowl with lid I got in central Illinois from a relative. I have not found out anything about it. Have you learned more? Yours is the most I've learned.
  2. martika martika, 27 days ago
    It is possible Lotta is the pattern name, not a potteries. Many ceramic pieces from the late 19th century have their pattern name in a ribbon mark, while the potteries' name usually appears above the ribbon.

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