Vintage 1950s Frankoma Pottery Covered Casserole Dish and Warmer Set | Southwestern Mayan Aztec 1 Quart Oven To Table Donabe Casserole
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「Features」 · Round covered casserole · Mayan Aztec pattern · Two handles · Warmer base · Marked "FRANCOMA"
「Style Inspiration」 Warm yellow glaze over a red-ish clay body gives this Frankoma piece an earthy appearance and feel. The clean lines and geometric shapes emote modernist, yet rustic, design. The shape of the casserole resembles and Asian-style Donabe. I for one can't wait to try it on some rice or noodle soup! Comes with a stylish warming stand, assuring that contents stays warm even after the pot is removed from the heat source.
The perfect gift for the home chef, foodie or hostess in your life!
「History」 Frankoma is an Oklahoma Pottery Company that was started in the mid 1920's. One of Frankoma first catalogs states that Frankoma is created from a small bit of Oklahoma clay from the foothills of Arbuckle Mountains. They combine the traditional art of the Indian, spirit of the American pioneer and the creative youth in the Great Southwest.
「Dimension」 Overall: 10" L x 8" W x 8" H Pot: 10" L x 8" W x 4.5" H
「Condition」 Excellent vintage condition. No chips or cracks.