Lehmann Pottery Denmark
Lehmann Pottery was located on the island of Langeland in Denmark, but not much else than that has been documented about their history.
It’s most active period was in the 1960s and 1970s, but ran until 2016 when it closed under different operators.
I have seen a few references to Erik (Ulrich) Lundbergh Ebeltoft as designer/maker of Lehmann pottery, and I have had pieces stamped Lundbergh Ebeltoft with a very similar look and feel to them.
Most of the pieces from this pottery are instantly recognisable with their velvety red or orange glazes, and dark brown textured (Chamotte) clay.
Lemann pottery is often stamped with a very tiny impressed LEHMANN stamp on the base, and sometimes you will find a piece with an original triangular sticker if lucky, in which case it is usually not stamped as well.