2012 Frankoma™ Pottery • No material may be reproduced without written permission.
The last Frankoma Christmas plate was made in 2009. At this time there are no immediate plans to continue the plates. However that may
change in a few years. In 2012, we started making Christmas ornaments. We plan to continue those indefinitely.
The Frankoma Pottery Company does not provide appraisals. However, values can be obtained from ebay.com and value reference books.
Regardless of age, Frankoma dinnerware should first be inspected for chips and crazing. Frankoma items in excellent condition can then be
used in the oven and dishwasher. Regarding microwave usage, we recommend using most Frankoma pieces only for reheating food for short
periods of time only. We do not recommend microwave cooking for extended durations.
The best methods to sell your vintage items include ebay.com, Craigslist, and selected Facebook groups. However you can always email us a
list with pictures and we might be able to help.
Generally speaking, most Frankoma dinnerware made prior to the year 2000 contained lead. After that year, the US government banned leaded
glazes in dinnerware. Our opinion is that older Frankoma dinnerware containing lead is safe to use as long as it is in good condition with no
chips or crazing.
At this time, we cannot offer plant tours. Hopefully as we move forward it will become possible.
What is the value of my Frankoma piece?
Is my Frankoma Dinnerware microwave, oven, and dishwasher safe?
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Is The Frankoma Pottery Company currently offering plant tours?
Is the Frankoma Pottery Company still making annual Christmas plates?