Vintage Frankoma Footed Ceramic Leaf Dish #226 in Brown Satin


We love Frankoma pottery and are always surprised at how affordable it still is. This beautifully shaped leaf dish is from the factory of Frankoma Pottery. Made of the local Salpulpa reddish colored clay, this vintage low profile dish would look great on a coffee table. The two tone color glaze is a peach with brown undertones. The color in the photos is a bit warmer than in reality.

The dish measures 12 1/4" long and is 6 1/2" wide. It stands 2 1/4" high. No chips or cracks. Some manufacturer flaws - small pick marks in the glaze as seen in the photos. The sugar bowl and creamer in the last photo are also available. If you don't see them listed please ask us about them.

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The objects sold here are vintage which is why I try to describe items accurately as some may show the wear of time or have manufacturer defects. Please read descriptions carefully and contact me with any questions you might have before making a purchase. I also recommend using the "zoom" function on the photos.

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