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FRANKOMA POTTERY Wagon Wheel Sugar and Creamer, Desert Gold, 560, Yellow, Brown, Vintage, Mid Century, Western Collectible, Southwest

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FRANKOMA POTTERY Wagon Wheel Sugar and Creamer, Desert Gold, 560, Yellow, Brown, Vintage, Mid Century, Western Collectible, Southwest

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  • Vintage item from the 1950s
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SALE! Originally $19.95, now $16.95.

If you are a Frankoma or Vintage Western/Southwest collector, you'll want these unique pieces in your collection!

Frankoma Pottery Sugar and Creamer in the "Desert Gold" glaze and marked on the bottom with the number 560. Great looking, and can be displayed as part of your vintage collection!

These pieces are approximately 2.25" in diameter and are in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, or crazing and glaze is bright and shiny.

Frankoma Pottery began in earnest in 1936, started by John Frank an Art and Pottery teacher at the University of Oklahoma. The name Frankoma married John Frank's name with the last letters in Oklahoma. Wagon Wheel pattern is the signature Frankoma Pottery dinnerware line, first introduced in 1942. Frankoma Pottery forged the way for colored dinnerware, which until that point had been primarily stoneware. Frankoma Pottery closed its operations plant in 2004.

AND THERE'S MORE! I have other FRANKOMA pieces for sale, including other WAGON WHEEL pattern pieces, so check out my shop and message me to combine shipping for savings. I am ADDING NEW PIECES every week.

www.etsy.com/shop/TripodVintage

❈ OFFERS: I would happily entertain a reasonable offer on this or any other items in my shop. Just send me a message!

❈ Please message me if you would like additional photos or have questions. I’m so happy to tell you more about this item.

❈ Shipping: Shipping prices can vary greatly based on your location. If you would like to message me with your zip code, I can message you back with actual shipping cost and then adjust accordingly. Also if you are purchasing multiple items we can combine shipping costs. I primarily use recycled packing materials to keep your shipping expenses at the lowest price possible.

Also, shipping insurance is not always included in the cost of shipping. If you would like insurance or tracking on your package, let me know before you purchase and I can give you an estimate and/or add it to the shipping cost. You are responsible for damage to the item if you do not elect insurance coverage.

AND I offer FREE local pick-up!

❈ Items are pre-owned and usually 30-75+ years old. Item condition is described as best as possible and priced appropriately. All sales are final, so please be sure to ask me before you purchase if you have questions about the item or would like more photos.

❈ THANK YOU for visiting my shop and viewing this piece. Please stop back again soon!
SALE! Originally $19.95, now $16.95.

If you are a Frankoma or Vintage Western/Southwest collector, you'll want these unique pieces in your collection!

Frankoma Pottery Sugar and Creamer in the "Desert Gold" glaze and marked on the bottom with the number 560. Great looking, and can be displayed as part of your vintage collection!

These pieces are approximately 2.25" in diameter and are in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, or crazing and glaze is bright and shiny.

Frankoma Pottery began in earnest in 1936, started by John Frank an Art and Pottery teacher at the University of Oklahoma. The name Frankoma married John Frank's name with the last letters in Oklahoma. Wagon Wheel pattern is the signature Frankoma Pottery dinnerware line, first introduced in 1942. Frankoma Pottery forged the way for colored dinnerware, which until that point had been primarily stoneware. Frankoma Pottery closed its operations plant in 2004.

AND THERE'S MORE! I have other FRANKOMA pieces for sale, including other WAGON WHEEL pattern pieces, so check out my shop and message me to combine shipping for savings. I am ADDING NEW PIECES every week.

www.etsy.com/shop/TripodVintage

❈ OFFERS: I would happily entertain a reasonable offer on this or any other items in my shop. Just send me a message!

❈ Please message me if you would like additional photos or have questions. I’m so happy to tell you more about this item.

❈ Shipping: Shipping prices can vary greatly based on your location. If you would like to message me with your zip code, I can message you back with actual shipping cost and then adjust accordingly. Also if you are purchasing multiple items we can combine shipping costs. I primarily use recycled packing materials to keep your shipping expenses at the lowest price possible.

Also, shipping insurance is not always included in the cost of shipping. If you would like insurance or tracking on your package, let me know before you purchase and I can give you an estimate and/or add it to the shipping cost. You are responsible for damage to the item if you do not elect insurance coverage.

AND I offer FREE local pick-up!

❈ Items are pre-owned and usually 30-75+ years old. Item condition is described as best as possible and priced appropriately. All sales are final, so please be sure to ask me before you purchase if you have questions about the item or would like more photos.

❈ THANK YOU for visiting my shop and viewing this piece. Please stop back again soon!

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