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Looking for Suggestion: where to sell few handicraft items

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6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months ago
Hi,
I am looking for suggestion as i have got a box full of handicraft items which i bought as samples when i planned to start small business. items consists of various ceramic door knobs, some tiles, some candle stands, few cloth hangers etc. see pictures. it cost me a fortune now i hope i can get few pounds back for them. every suggestion will be appreciated. thanks in advance.
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6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months ago
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#1
http://i1193.photobucket.com/albums/aa359/sb1609/DSCF0032.jpg
#2
http://i1193.photobucket.com/albums/aa359/sb1609/DSCF0033.jpg
#3
http://i1193.photobucket.com/albums/aa359/sb1609/DSCF0034.jpg
#4
The following picture is of a small hanging light shade:

http://i1193.photobucket.com/albums/aa359/sb1609/DSCF0035.jpg
banned#5
you can add 5 pics per post, as i advised you in your fs thread, arrgghhhhhhh

ebay, local paper, gumtree, here (but you qould now have to wait 7 days from locking this)
#6
The following picture is of few small vases:

http://i1193.photobucket.com/albums/aa359/sb1609/DSCF0036.jpg
#7
Who would buy these?...
#8
Wotwot123
Who would buy these?...


i ahve no idea, they are awful
#9
whatsThePoint
if you only have whats in the pic, freecycle will get you full market value

Wotwot123
Who would buy these?...

micoo
Wotwot123
Who would buy these?...


i ahve no idea, they are awful


Have you got to be nasty?
#10
plumberman01
whatsThePoint
if you only have whats in the pic, freecycle will get you full market value
Wotwot123
Who would buy these?...
micoo
Wotwot123
Who would buy these?...
i ahve no idea, they are awful
Have you got to be nasty?

Lol its not nasty really , just common sense.......imo they are worthy of only the bottom of a bin.
#11
plumberman01
whatsThePoint
if you only have whats in the pic, freecycle will get you full market value

Wotwot123
Who would buy these?...

micoo
Wotwot123
Who would buy these?...


i ahve no idea, they are awful


Have you got to be nasty?


Do you actually think anyone is going to pay any decent money for a collection of random ugly ceramics, im no expert but arnt ceramics generally worthless second hand unless they are a premier brand?
#12
Reminded me of the shop in Harry Enfield "I Saw you Coming"

lol
#13
transit
plumberman01
whatsThePoint
if you only have whats in the pic, freecycle will get you full market value
Wotwot123
Who would buy these?...
micoo
Wotwot123
Who would buy these?...
i ahve no idea, they are awful
Have you got to be nasty?


Lol its not nasty really , just common sense.......imo they are worthy of only the bottom of a bin.

micoo
plumberman01
whatsThePoint
if you only have whats in the pic, freecycle will get you full market value

Wotwot123
Who would buy these?...

micoo
Wotwot123
Who would buy these?...


i ahve no idea, they are awful


Have you got to be nasty?


Do you actually think anyone is going to pay any decent money for a collection of random ugly ceramics, im no expert but arnt ceramics generally worthless second hand unless they are a premier brand?



whatsThePoint
I was being realistic
not much call for a single knob most people want a set etc
If OP paid a fortune for samples its a loss that comes with setting up a new business,because there isn't much demand for secondhand samples


no i mean i actually agree but i think that it was harsh the way it was worded..
#14
Hand-painted ceramic tiles are very expensive, even odd ones - anything from £5+ each.

Edited By: fungimala on Oct 01, 2010 18:41: ....................
#15
fungimala
Hand-painted ceramic tiles are very expensive, even odd ones - anything from £5+ each.

Wow!! Think I will give up my day job and start painting tiles in that case!
#16
Shellywelly
fungimala
Hand-painted ceramic tiles are very expensive, even odd ones - anything from £5+ each.


Wow!! Think I will give up my day job and start painting tiles in that case!

You can have them made/painted in a specific colour at the local 'craft mill' but they are more expensive !
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I would have thought you'd be able to sell them on as you bought them, as a sample pack.

Wait for another Ebay free listing day and then you can start at any start price and you won't be out on listing fees if they don't sell,you will be able to guage the market and see if there's any interest,

Edited By: deb8z on Oct 01, 2010 18:48: .
#18
Don't photograph them on that carpet. Isn't there an online handicraft market folksy.com or sommit ?
#19
do I need a trip to the opticians, or is that a cricket ball on the bottom left? Cricket handicraft?!
#20
car booty maybe ?
#21
Shellywelly
fungimala
Hand-painted ceramic tiles are very expensive, even odd ones - anything from £5+ each.


Wow!! Think I will give up my day job and start painting tiles in that case!


hmm me too!
what do they use odd tiles for? im clearly so ignorant sorry x
#22
Odd tiles are usually placed randomly among plain coordinating ones as in ;
http://i986.photobucket.com/albums/ae347/fungimala/tiles.jpg
#23
I would like to thank every single person who made a comment on my thread. Few have also made a point that how good was my thinking of loosing money in the business like this. I will follow advice of 'transit' and bin them. Thanks everyone for time and funny comments. Really appreciate the comments.
#24
SB16
I would like to thank every single person who made a comment on my thread. Few have also made a point that how good was my thinking of loosing money in the business like this. I will follow advice of 'transit' and bin them. Thanks everyone for time and funny comments. Really appreciate the comments.


Why don't you use them yourself?

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