This old souvenir plate was made by the Frankoma Potteries of Oklahoma and it is celebrating the statehood of Oklahoma. Across the top is the year 1907 which is when Oklahoma became the 46th state. There are also depictions of a pioneer woman, the Tulsa church, Will Rogers, a covered wagon a steer, an Indian, the state flag and more. On the back are facts about the state; Capitol-Oklahoma City, State Flower- Mistletoe, state tree- Redbud and state bird- Scissor-tailed Flycatcher. It is marked FRANKOMA and has the John Frank signature. It has two holes in the upper rim of the back for a cord or wire for hanging. I believe this is their Prairie Green glaze over the red Sapulpa clay.
It measures about 8 5/16” in diameter and is in very good condition with minimal wear and no damage.
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