This Frankoma pottery piece can also be used as a vase, but in the original Frankoma catalog it was listed as a jardinière. The color is gorgeous and it is in pristine condition. It is 5 1/2 inches tall, with a 3 3/4 inch diameter base, a 6 1/2 inch width at the widest point and a mouth that's 5 inches across. It's a sturdy two pounds.
Frankoma made this jardinière starting in 1978 with red clay from Sapulpa, Oklahoma. The red clay can be clearly seen on the six notched feet. The mark, which is impressed in the glazed base, shows Frankoma and the mold number 70B. The white spots in the photos do not exist--they're a product of the lighting.
Frankoma Pottery was founded in Oklahoma in 1933 by John Frank (hence, of course, the name Frank + oma). Their pottery is avidly collected and appreciated.