Vintage Frankoma Pottery Creamer Gravy Boat Lazy Bones 4 A Cinnamon


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Arts and crafts Frankoma pottery creamer/gravy boat, Lazy Bones 4 A in Cinnamon pictured with Frankoma water pitcher sold separately. Creamer is in excellent condition and measures 5 1/2 in long x 4 in tall. The two pieces look beautiful together.

Frankoma was founded by John Frank in Norman, Oklahoma, in 1933. Frank had been a professor in ceramics at the University of Oklahoma at Norman from 1927 to 1936 and used light-hued local Ada clay in his initial products. He moved the company to Sapulpa in 1938, only to soon rebuild that factory after a fire later that year. The name Frankoma was created from Frank's last name and the last three letters of the state of Oklahoma.

The light Ada clay was replaced by brick-red local clay in 1953. The company specialized in arts and crafts style dinnerware and specialty pieces.

Materials: ceramic.