Frank Potteries Frank Pottery Original Creation by Frankoma Pot & Leopard Pot &
Puma. Frankoma Pottery Colors, Glazes Desert Gold Green Peach Glow
Frankoma Pottery Antique & Collectable: Looking for Frankoma Pottery was
originally known as The Frank Potteries when John F. Frank opened shop in
Frankoma pottery comes in many colors. Some colors, like Prairie Green and
Desert Gold, are quite common. Others, such as Redbud and Peacock Blue, are
How to identify Frankoma glazes by color and years of production.
How to identify Frankoma clay including Ada clay and Sapulpa clay. ... The theory
is that, if it is Ada clay, it will not change color. If it is Sapulpa clay, it will visibly ...
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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 ...
Collectors often try to tell the difference between the two by rubbing a wet finger
on the unglazed bottom of a Frankoma piece—the color of Ada pottery will ...
May 26, 2011 ... When asked about what qualities she finds appealing about Frankoma Pottery
replied, “The beautiful rutile colors, the original design of the ...
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Using these source names of Sapulpa and Ada, along with glaze colors and item
styles, collectors are able to identify and date Frankoma Pottery.