Frankoma Pottery

Frankoma Pottery is an American pottery company that was founded in 1933 by John Frank, a ceramics professor at the University of Oklahoma. The name Frankoma comes from combining “Frank” with the last three letters of “Oklahoma”. The company is known for its sculptures, dinnerware, figurines, trivets, and vases that are made from locally excavated clay.

Frankoma pottery has a distinctive style that reflects the beauty of the prairie and the culture of Oklahoma. The company has used different types of clay and glazes over the years, creating a variety of colors and textures. Some of the most popular glazes are Prairie Green, Desert Gold, and Ada Clay.
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