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    Hi I've just started making beaded jewellry, and I need some advice on where I can purchase the stands that look like neck and shoulders(dont know correct name unless it's bust as in sculpture).

    thanks

    Cindy x
    Cindy

    I'm not fully computer literate, but I can spell IT!!!!!!!!

  • #2
    Yes they are often called display busts.

    I would google "jewellery display" or "necklace busts" something like that and see what you come up with - ebay often has a lot.

    Sorry I cannot recommend anywhere personally - its been a few years since I bought stuff like that and the place I used to buy from closed down. But I am sure lots of other people here can recommend some great places to you.
    Emma
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    • #3
      If you only want the odd one or two, then ebay is the place to go.
      Allison
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      • #4
        I have used TDJC before and found them really helpful, the have a wide price range to suit all pockets.

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        • #5
          I have just started too & did look into buying busts & found some very reasonably priced ones on ebay.
          In the end I covered some cork boards because I thought I'd see if people actually wanted to buy my jewellery before I committed myself to more expense. They are working very well so far & between the 4 events I have done this month have sold 4 pieces - which I am quite pleased about because I only started to do it so that people at fairs etc would actually stop & look instead rushing straight past because I sell mainly cards.
          JOIAS DESIGNS

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          • #6
            hi i have just bought some from www.jewellery-displays.com they seem fine, delivery was fast and i thought they were a good price
            might be what you are looking for

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            • #7
              Hiya

              I bought a bracelet display and some busts from here:

              http://stores.shop.ebay.co.uk/Exquis...__W0QQ_armrsZ1

              they are just what I needed and great value for the money I thought.

              jan x
              www.simplyisis.co.uk

              www.purplesnailevents.co.uk

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              • #8
                Try Google (something like 'jewellery display templates') - I found some free templates for making your own (out of card) that way. Haven't had time to try them yet, but they look sensible!
                Dagna
                The living embodiment of the phrase 'not a morning person'
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                • #9
                  I got some from an ebay shop called 1 stop display shop. They were reasonably priced and good quality. If I need more I would use them again. The only thing I found is that it is hard to gauge the size when buying online. I bought a few in different sizes just to see the difference and would say if you are unsure go bigger.
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                  • #10
                    Got mine off ebay hun

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                    Nici

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                    • #11
                      I used to make them from really thin plywood and a solid little square of thicker ply for a base.( I will try and find a picture) I painted them white as jewellery looks good against a clean background. They cost me a few pence to make. You can cut thin ply with a good stanley knife or get someone who is good with a jigsaw to cut them out for you, then spray with car spray paint.
                      Good Luck with your selling

                      Cathie
                      www.bluestreakbeads.co.uk ~ my bead shop full of lovely sparkly beads

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