Here are the impressive collections of many other Tamac Fans.
Directly below are some images of pieces gathered by some generous collectors. Craig McCormick created a wonderful online Tamac Museum that was an inspriation to me and taught me a great deal about the history and variety of Tamac. Danny Blakley had a real passion for the pottery and his widow Debra shared parts of his collection with me and other Tamac fans. Worthpoint is a terrific virtual collection. There you can browse images of pieces sold online over the years and find all kinds of variations I had not seen before. Images there come and go so be sure to save any that are really interesting to you.
Joel and Sarah have been collecting for 5 years since they were given a few Tamac pieces at their wedding. I was thrilled that they shared these pics with me and were willing to let me post them. They've managed to find some terrific rare pieces.
Dawn in Wichita has over 200 pieces in mostly avocado. She only displays a choice few including the round cereal bowls, black bird and large chop plate and rasberry/avocado tumbler. She even has the spoon rest in blue!. Here is some of her collection.
The photo above shows some frosty pine and some frosty fudge items Dawn has for sale. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
I am always looking to meet new collectors and to buy some interesting Tamac peices. Write me at Tyler_alpern@yahoo.com