Buy my stuff..... ....please

Shmoopie

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So after many setbacks a dieing computer, and 3 weeks of procrastination,
http://cgi.ebay.com/24-Arrowhead-and-bead-necklace_W0QQitemZ220288848146QQihZ012QQcategoryZ92840QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem
the fruits of our labor.

check it out, tell your friends, and tell me your thoughts.

Please and thankyou.

now to get some sleep and let my cold pass.
 

dbw

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Pretty.  If I were an Indian/wore jewelry/had a girlfriend I might be interested.  You should get some better pics tho :D
 
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RLW

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The price is certainly right, but yes. Start saving for a better camera.
 

Shmoopie

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thanks guys, the camera is old, those where the best pics we could get though.  took forever to get the up close of the arrowhead.
digital zoom is a beast.
 

nathan a

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That looks like nice work schmoop (through the blur  :laughing7: ) but I am more of a ring-wearing guy. Hope you get some takers though. Have you thought of showing up with your stuff at some local artisan fairs? You can usually do a better business selling this kinda handmade stuff face-to-face.
 

Shmoopie

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Yup, we considered most outlets, the local casino, there's a local rustic store but they see little to know business, my Native American friend promised to pass our work around his circles, there's a shop up in the upper peninsula, but we haven't heard back yet.

Not much more going on around here, might try the Amish auction


thanks guys
 

ByteFrenzy

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If  you want to sell on the bay you'll need better pics. One suggestion would be to take your pictures outside in brighter light. You probably need to keep a bit more distance between the camera and the object, the picture of the box is noticeably sharper than the others - when in doubt a sharper picture showing the object a bit smaller is better than a blurry one. You also do flint knives or arrowheads-not-on-a-string? In that case I would be interested - I have a small collection of knives with among others an obsidian knife from Tony Stanfield at Obsidian Arts, a small flint knife from the region of the Lascaux cave, and a bronze blade knife. You'd have to take into account that you'd have to ship to Belgium though.

 

Shmoopie

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how much is it to ship to Belgium?
Yes we can do knives, plenty of arrow heads in stock, the next item up will be a box of 6 arrowheads and a spear point, but im procrastinating on getting the description together, salesmanship is not my thing.

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sorry about the blur, we really need a new camera.
 
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