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  • i have been collecting AMPHORA POTTERY for about 14 years.every piece i have is on display in cabinets and out on tables and pedestals .NOT a day goes by that i am taken with the beauty of these works of ART. in my opinion the artists were remarkable. NO buyers remorse here.I APPRECIATE it more and more with each day that goes by I’M honored to be a temporary KEEPER.

  • Victor, I agree with you. There is not one piece of my Amphora pottery that I do not simply adore. All is out on display and I never grow tired of these exquisite pieces. I get strangers calling to come visit and view my pieces.

    • YES BRAD I TOTALLY AGREE WITH YOU. WHEN FRIENDS AND RELATIVES COME BY THEY MAKE A POINT OF LOOKING AT THESE PIECES. SORRY I TOOK SO LONG TO REPLY THIS PAST YEAR I MOVED TO FLORIDA.EVERYTHING IS BACK ON DISPLAY AGAIN. THANKS FOR YOUR FEEDBACK.

  • My first exposure to Wahliss was when a seller had a large collection on display at Comic Con in San Diego. I was so taken with the pieces I took photographs of several of them in a case and jostled the entire display, forgetting that it wouldn’t be bolted down. Everything slid a bit and my life about passed before my eyes. I could never have forgiven myself. Still waiting to find just the right figural piece to acquire, though I have a small dish.

  • Hallo, durch Zufall habe ich diese Seite gefunden. Seit vielen Jahren bin ich leidenschaftlicher Sammler von Wahliss Exponaten. Jeden Tag erfreue ich mich an deren Anmut und Schönheit. Zeugnisse aus einer künstlerisch wertvollen Zeit, die es zu erhalten gilt.
    Herzliche Grüße aus Deutschland
    Stefan

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