Frankoma Pottery is an ongoing American pottery company located in Sapulpa,
Oklahoma. The company is widely known for its sculptures and dinnerware ...
Frankoma Pottery Antique & Collectable: Looking for Frankoma Pottery was
originally known as The Frank Potteries when John F. Frank opened shop in
It wasn't so long ago that many pieces of Frankoma pottery languished on
antique shop shelves collecting dust. Although Frankoma did have a few
admirers, the ...
History and information on Frankoma Pottery, patterns, marks, value and more. ...
Frankoma Pottery was founded in 1933, in Norman, Oklahoma, by John F. Frank
and .... Vintage and discontinued items, marks, patterns, value and price guide.
Collectible and antique Pottery and Stoneware, Frankoma offered for sale by
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Feb 5, 2011 ... To find the largest collection of Frankoma Pottery come to the I-44 Antique Mall in
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Vintage Frankoma Pottery Jug # 835, Brown & Prairie Green. Fay Wray Antiques
... Vintage Frankoma Plainsman Brown Satin Pottery Tumblers. Vintage by M&R.
Frankoma & Gracetone American Vintage Pottery Club. The pottery was
produced in Oklahoma and is no longer in business in the Sapulpa location. In
May 26, 2011 ... Tough economic times have dealt a hammer blow to a classic, Made-in-America
pottery. Last week a factory closeout auction was held for ...
Aug 22, 2008 ... As a longtime admirer of Frankoma Pottery, I was thrilled when a recent tour of
Oklahoma included a short visit to Sapulpa to view the family ...