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    Some of you know I've been looking into buying a necklace of sorts to hang a pendant on. Well I've found quite a few, but my favourite of all has sterling silver finishings (very nice!) and costs about £4.99 for the whole thing, postage incl. Can any of you who actually make jewellery tell me if that is a reasonable price, or would it be more cost effective to try making my own? I really don't want to go down that road as I want to put my efforts into what I'm already doing, so I'd be really grateful if you could help me make up my mind. BTW, the necklace is made of rubber.
    Gail x

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    I dont know if you could get cheaper, but I think £4.99 inc.p&p, sounds really reasonable, The pendant sounds really unusual, have you got a pic?
    Sarah

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    • #3
      Hi ya sounds reasonable to me too x you can get cheaper if you buy in bulk but thats a good price

      /......pic would be great
      Ren x
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      • #4
        Originally posted by autumn rose View Post
        I dont know if you could get cheaper, but I think £4.99 inc.p&p, sounds really reasonable, The pendant sounds really unusual, have you got a pic?
        No, not finished it yet, lol! Anyway, it's just a whimsical piece so nothing special. I'd just like to make one for my Canadian friend for Christmas. If you've seen my website you'll know I only aim at a specific market - I've been doing it for ages. Thing is, I can't seem to get away from it now and it's a bit of a bugbear at times cause I'd love to try new things.
        Last edited by onlyme; 03-11-2008, 01:34 PM.
        Gail x

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        • #5
          you could buy some leather cord and some sterling (or plated) findings and do it a bit cheaper; but £4.99 incl. P&P sounds pretty good if it is for something special
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          • #6
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            hi i might be able to help i go to sri lanka and india often and have a frend that has jewlery shop when i buy stuff off him it always makes money hes very trusting probly too much he lets people when there on holiday in sri lanka pay when they get to u.k and he had a prob with some a cpl of moths ago so dont know if he still does but hes realy good i get small amout of pendent to sell for a tourist home near me with the chains for a good price so he will do the chains on there own but the best things he sell are stones i havent done anuff post to give details but p.m me and ill give you email and evrything

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            • #7
              whether the price is resonable or not, if you really like it, it is worth buying it for nothing is more important than the good mood a neclace brings.
              If one is not a gardener, then one does not have a gardening website to promote.

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              • #8
                I only do plated by request but silver plated would be cheaper, for sterling silver that sounds about right

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