Frankoma pottery identification and photos, catalogs and collections.
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Feb 5, 2011 ... http://www.antiquemallok.com Frankoma Pottery was started in 1933 using Ada
Clay, a light tan color. These are usually the most collectible ...
One of the many interesting things about collecting Frankoma pottery is to learn
about, and identify the pieces according to what clay was used. John Frank ...
Frankoma Pottery Antique & Collectable: Looking for Frankoma Pottery was
originally known as The Frank Potteries when John F. Frank opened shop in
Do you want to list your Frankoma pottery for sale on eBay? Make sure ... How
the number is stamped also helps determine the age and rarity of a piece. Pieces
Frankoma hasn't always been the most popular pottery on the block, but it is
gaining ... and item styles, collectors are able to identify and date Frankoma
The Frankoma name was coined a year later and is a combination of his
surname ... The sites below can help further explain how to identify your pieces
How to Identify Frankoma Pottery. Frankoma was first produced in 1933 by John
Frank, a university ceramics professor and pottery designer, who left teaching to ...
Aug 22, 2008 ... As a longtime admirer of Frankoma Pottery, I was thrilled when a recent ... Clay
and trademarks help identify old and new Frankoma pieces, ...
Frankoma Pottery was founded in 1933, in Norman, Oklahoma, by John F. Frank
and moved to Sapulpa, Oklahoma in 1938. It was originally known as The ...