Beginning with the Frankoma Pottery, the authors present the histories of many Oklahoma firms, including Tamac, Sequoyah, Cherokee, and Winart, the clays, glazes, and trademarks by which each firm may be identified, and the variety of pottery they produced. The ceramics range from sculptures, masks, and limited edition series to vases, planters, and dinnerware available all over America. This book is required reading for all Frankoma enthusiasts.
Official website of Frankoma Pottery, one of the largest remaining potteries in the United States.
The goal of Allen Manuel's splendid site is to make available in one place all of the information Frankoma collectors need to pursue their hobby.