Vintage Frankoma Pottery Robin Egg Blue Lazy Bones Bulb Planter Centerpiece Bowl
Vintage Frankoma Pottery Robin Egg Blue Lazy Bones Bulb Planter Centerpiece Bowl
Vintage Frankoma Pottery Robin Egg Blue Lazy Bones Bulb Planter Centerpiece Bowl
Vintage Frankoma Pottery Robin Egg Blue Lazy Bones Bulb Planter Centerpiece Bowl
Vintage Frankoma Pottery Robin Egg Blue Lazy Bones Bulb Planter Centerpiece Bowl

Vintage Frankoma Pottery Robin Egg Blue Lazy Bones Bulb Planter Centerpiece Bowl

Regular price $15.00
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Red Oklahoma clay gives this planter bowl a distinctive look. The bowl is about 8" in diameter and 3" tall. The upper rim curves to create an overhang over the bowl interior, is formed with a 1/2" foot, and marked Frankoma 212.

John Frank founded his Frankoma Pottery factories in Norman and Supulpa, Oklahoma after serving as a professor of ceramics at the University of Oklahoma from 1927-1936. This pattern is no longer in production.

This bowl is in good used condition. There are no cracks or breaks in the clay. Typical variance in pottery thickness and glazing are present. There is a repair on the inner lip that can be seen in the photos.  Once it is filled it would not be easily detected.

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We sell select vintage items. They are not new, and rarely look new. They are, in many cases, older than we are, and have seen life and times. We do not repair or replace parts on any of the items we sell. They came to us in the condition they are now, and are sold as is.

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