Originally Posted by LLane
Oh.... great pieces!!!
Just a reminder that you really should sell your pieces at the same price you want a shop or retailer to sell them for. A retailer would not be happy to see you "under-cutting" the price they have on the same pieces.
Don't worry! I know not to cut my own throat
I really only fluctuate my prices according to different $$ regions. I've pretty much got the bead pricing down...but as I dislike making jewelry, I don't make much and am still somewhat floundering in the pricing area...as anyone that has a few pieces in their shop knows. I don't sell anything the "same" as my shops have.
Boy! I'm glad to see that a few of you like the jewelry...the quality looks good to me...but I'm really very simple in design of my own jewelry (very little silver and other materials, mostly beads) and the beads that my friend chose to work with were not some of my "favorites", so I was really have a hard time deciding if I should have her make more or not. I thought "yes" as everyone has different tastes and that her spin on my beads would/maybe appeal to those that my own jewelry doesn't
Any suggestions on how to lengthen "hers" or rather make it adjustable, without throwing it off center? Some of these are rather short and I'm worried that the person that loves them won't be able to wear them..
Here's a sample to give you an idea of what I do with my own beads....very plain, seed beads and lampwork, that's it....I like mine, but I hate to take the time to do it, I'd rather torch and let someone else fool with it