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John Frank founded Frankoma Pottery in 1933, when he was still an art professor at the University of Oklahoma.
At first Frankoma produced vases and other types of art pottery, using a beige clay from the Arbuckle Mountains, which today is known among Frankoma collectors as Ada clay.
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Frank developed this color as well as the Prairie Gold glaze featured throughout the tiles on the home’s interior walls.
Frank received a design patent for “C-thru tile,” a pattern of glazed pottery tile adhered to plate glass on the front door and entrance.
Tiny Billikens were also put in houses that were being built as a protector for the inhabitants of the home.
Earlier this year the Frank sisters made the decision to open their home for public tours.
Visitors are welcome Thursday through Sunday afternoons by reservations only; admission is .
In the mid 1950s the Frank family, which included daughters Donna and Joniece, had world renowned architect Bruce Goff design their crescent shaped three bedroom dream house.
Today it’s home to both daughters, who are now in their 70s, and listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.
Early wares were made from a light cream-colored clay from Ada, Oklahoma, but in 1956 the company switched to a red burning clay from Sapulpa.