Vintage Frankoma Pottery Cowboy Boot Bookend Vases Tan

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  • Item Category: Ceramics
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jun 19, 2008
  • Channel: Auction House

Vintage Frankoma Pottery Cowboy Boot Bookend Vases Tan

This Auction is for a nice pair of Vintage Frankoma Pottery Cowboy Boot Bookend Vases Tan and Brown. These items are in good condition. These items show signs of use and ware but for their age they look great. T is a small chip on one of the horse shoes at the base as can be seen in the images. Other than that we could not find any other cracks, chips, or scratches.

Frankoma Pottery was originally known as The Frank Potteries when John F. Frank opened shop in 1933. The factory is now working in Sapulpa , Oklahoma . Early wares were made from light cream-colored clay from Ada , Oklahoma , but in 1956 the company switched to red burning clay from Sapulpa . The firm made dinnerwares, utilitarian and decorative kitchenwares, figurines, flowerpots, and limited edition and commemorative pieces. John Frank died in 1973 and his daughter, Joniece, inherited the business. Frankoma went bankrupt in 1990. It was bought by Richard Bernstein in 1991 and is still in business.

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