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  • My Jewellery....What do you think??

    I have added some pics of my jewellery to my gallery and would love some opinions on it. I have only just started out really and am using beads that i currently have before i buy lots more!
    Hannah @ HGM Jewels

    www.hgm-jewels.co.uk

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    Very elegant, lovely work.

    Well done

    Jane
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    • #3
      Very nice........I like the butterfly bracelet!

      Your prices are very reasonable........your not losing out on profit are you?

      Pauline
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      • #4
        no not with the type of beads i am using obviously when i use more expensive beads the prices are higher i am waiting for the lady who i did wedding jewellery for to send me pics cant wait to see them was my first lot of wedding jewellery!
        Hannah @ HGM Jewels

        www.hgm-jewels.co.uk

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        • #5
          All very nice but the prices may be a little to cheap, being to cheap can put people off as much as being to expensive can

          remember not everybody makes jewellery so to them you have a skill, having a skill means being able to ask a reasonable price....

          does that make sense ,lol
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          • #6
            Originally posted by beckyboo View Post
            All very nice but the prices may be a little to cheap, being to cheap can put people off as much as being to expensive can

            remember not everybody makes jewellery so to them you have a skill, having a skill means being able to ask a reasonable price....

            does that make sense ,lol
            I agree with this and you need to make sure that you cost in the time for you to make the jewellery, marketing etc etc.. I know that sometimes we have to alter the prices we charge according the amount people are prepared to pay, but I still think that some of your prices are looking very reasonable.

            Website is looking great as well. Well done.

            Claire x

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            • #7
              Originally posted by beckyboo View Post
              All very nice but the prices may be a little to cheap, being to cheap can put people off as much as being to expensive can

              remember not everybody makes jewellery so to them you have a skill, having a skill means being able to ask a reasonable price....

              does that make sense ,lol
              I thought your stuff looked cheap too (as in inexpensive, under priced.. ) I don't make jewellery, but surely it takes ages to make some of those intricate earrings, and you sell for just £3.80?? or is that the "going rate" for other jewellers here??

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              • #8
                Buy anything you like the look of quickly ladies.. I bet these prices are going up real soon!

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                • #9
                  I agree, your prices are rather low for handmade items.
                  I've seen higher prices than that in high street shops, and that's all mass produced/sweat shop stuff.
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                  • #10
                    i love the website, was it you who said their OH did it? i like the way the items go larger when the mouse goes over.

                    I have to agree on the pricing, im scratching my head as to how you could be making a profit there!
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                    • #11
                      Very nice, like the silver flower set especially xx
                      Please take a look at my site and give opinions
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                      • #12
                        thanks everyone i guess i will putting my prices up a bit then! is there a good way of working our a price
                        yeah my earrings only take me a few mins to make
                        yes hubby did make website he is a graphic designer so get it free yey! he has made me a new one which will be going live soon which has wedding jewellery on it
                        Hannah @ HGM Jewels

                        www.hgm-jewels.co.uk

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                        • #13
                          I really like the butterfly-looking one near the end - that's a really neat idea Photos are a little dark though
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                          • #14
                            I really like the website too - clever chap your husband. I agree that it's underpriced though and that it's worth a lot more.
                            Best wishes
                            Carole

                            www.caroleallenjewellery.co.uk

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                            • #15
                              Personally, I'm not going to be selling anything for less than a fiver, even though some of my earrings and (chainless) pendants come to about £3-£4 when I've done all my calculations and multiplication and whatnot - everything under a fiver is getting rounded up to a specific price. Probably not to everyone's taste but the sales I've made so far, as well as the feedback, it seems to be looking quite promising.
                              I do the same. Mine get rounded up to six quid and then I do a 3 £6 items for £15 deal too.
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