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The Museum of Ceramics is home to an impressive collection of local pottery that spans three centuries. During its heyday between 1840 and 1940, East Liverpool was known as “The Pottery Capital of the World” crafting more than 50% of the nation’s ceramics. Examine the history of American pottery and styles, such as the renowned Lotus Ware made by Knowles, Taylor and Knowles, and Fiesta Ware made by Homer Laughhlin. The building itself is a former post office built in 1909, and on the National Register of historic Places.
400 East Fifth Street
East Liverpool, OH
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