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The Frankoma name was coined a year later and is a combination of his surname and the last three letters of the state where the potter was located.

(at the time this was Oklahoma's only commercial pottery) In 1938 the business was moved to Sapulpa, just outside of Tulsa.

John Frank passed away in 1973, and his youngest daughter Joniece took over operations.

A fire hit the plant in September, 1983, but the Frankoma molds survived because of John Frank's foresight in arranging for storage of the molds in a fireproof room.

East Germany used various marks, including GDR or German Democratic Republic until the 1990 unification.

The unified country used "Made in Germany" after 1990.

According to Harry Rinker, a noted authority on collectibles, marks were not required on individual pieces of a set. Items imported after about 1914 should be marked with this additional information. The 1921 changes to the Tariff Act required countries to use the American spelling of the name.

Japan could no longer mark pottery with the Nippon name and the newly-formed Czechoslovakia developed an American spelling that was often hyphenated Czecho-Slovakia.

Identifying the date of production of Frankoma pottery can sometimes prove difficult.If you prefer, you can also order or ask questions by using our New listing! Frank met Grace Lee Bowman on January 30, 1928, and they married the following September on the bride's twenty-third birthday.Take your pick of very hard to find Frankoma Pottery collector Christmas plates in mint condition, designed by Joniece Frank, daughter of John Frank (founder of Frankoma Pottery). 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.Frank bought Synar Ceramics in September, 1957 and named it Gracetone.He developed a dinnerware line there called Orbit, and continued to produce their original wares.The plant was quickly rebuilt and production restarted by July, 1984, and Frankoma continued production until December 31, 2004.