Frankoma Pottery is an ongoing American pottery company located in Sapulpa,
Oklahoma. The company is widely known for its sculptures and dinnerware ...
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 ...
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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 ...
Frankoma Pottery Antique & Collectable: Looking for Frankoma Pottery was
originally known as The Frank Potteries when John F. Frank opened shop in
Shown is the "Pot and Puma" mark
on an early piece of Frankoma Pottery
. This mark
was only used in the 1934 through 1938 time period and is from the Pacing Puma on the Price and Values pages . More »
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Numbers followed by an “*” are not Frankoma mold numbers, but numbers
assigned by Gary Schaum in his book ... DS-3, Dealer sign, 50-60, Large "
Frankoma hasn't always been the most popular pottery on the block, but it is ...
Valuing Antiques - Price Guides, Appraisals and Advice · Researching Marks, ...
Aug 22, 2008 ... As a longtime admirer of Frankoma Pottery, I was thrilled when a recent .... Frank
again used an impressed Frankoma mark but this time the O ...
Unravel the mysteries of mold numbers and trade marks. It all matters, and if you
are unenlightened, you may well pay more than you should. Read up!
Do you want to list your Frankoma pottery for sale on eBay? Make sure you know
what you are listing! Frankoma Pottery is a very collectible American pottery, ...