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Vintage Frankoma Pottery Americana Plate 1973 | Bi-Centennial, Declaration of Independence | Decorative Ceramic Plate | Historical USA

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  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Material: ceramic
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Lovely Frankoma Pottery Americana Plate dated 1973.
Excellent condition!

FRANKOMA Signers of the Declaration of Independence Plate © O J.F. 1973
Signed by John Frank
Second of Five Issues

This piece is made with Sapulpa, OK red clay and has a white glaze. There are 2 holes on the back for hanging on the wall.

Measures 8 1/8 inches diameter

*A bit of Frankoma history*
Frankoma Pottery was founded by John Nathaniel Frank, who was born in Chicago on January 31, 1905. A university art teacher, he accepted a position at the University of Oklahoma's newly created Ceramic Art Department where he taught courses in ceramics from 1927 to 1936.
Frank met Grace Lee Bowman on January 30, 1928, and they married the following September on the bride's twenty-third birthday. While Frank was still teaching, the couple purchased a small building in Norman, Oklahoma to house their new business, Frank Potteries, which later became Frankoma Potteries.
link to site: http://www.frankomaland.com/frankoma_history.php

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Lovely Frankoma Pottery Americana Plate dated 1973.
Excellent condition!

FRANKOMA Signers of the Declaration of Independence Plate © O J.F. 1973
Signed by John Frank
Second of Five Issues

This piece is made with Sapulpa, OK red clay and has a white glaze. There are 2 holes on the back for hanging on the wall.

Measures 8 1/8 inches diameter

*A bit of Frankoma history*
Frankoma Pottery was founded by John Nathaniel Frank, who was born in Chicago on January 31, 1905. A university art teacher, he accepted a position at the University of Oklahoma's newly created Ceramic Art Department where he taught courses in ceramics from 1927 to 1936.
Frank met Grace Lee Bowman on January 30, 1928, and they married the following September on the bride's twenty-third birthday. While Frank was still teaching, the couple purchased a small building in Norman, Oklahoma to house their new business, Frank Potteries, which later became Frankoma Potteries.
link to site: http://www.frankomaland.com/frankoma_history.php

*Everything ships by USPS*
*If you require tracking or shipping insurance please convo us for the price*

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