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Robin Weinrich
  • Athens, GA
  • United States
  • Metal Clay and Enamel Jewelry
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Price tags

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kaytee Sumida Nov 25, 2019. 2 Replies

I do fine art shows and have debated how to show my prices. I like putting the price on back of the pendants, but today I’m trying prices directly on busts. Not sure I like it. I do spend a lot of…Continue

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Robin Weinrich replied to Jan Hubbard's discussion looking to move from shows to pop-ups
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Kaytee Sumida replied to Robin Weinrich's discussion Price tags
"It's going to depend on where/how you "show", and if you have multiples of a given style/price. If you can group pendants with the same price together, a sign near the grouping would work (assuming the customers "see" it),…"
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David J Teter replied to Robin Weinrich's discussion Price tags
"I have always been of the mindset to make it easy for the customer so the price in view on the bust seems like the right way to me. I would not want the customer to have to ask. As a painter the price is on the wall next to the painting but still on…"
Nov 25, 2019
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Price tags

I do fine art shows and have debated how to show my prices. I like putting the price on back of the pendants, but today I’m trying prices directly on busts. Not sure I like it. I do spend a lot of time saying “the price is in the back” but this method seems “unprofessional”. I’ve also tried hanging tags and don’t like those at all. What do you think?
Nov 22, 2019

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Your Medium
Metal Clay and Enamel Jewelry
Years in the Art Fair Business
First show ever
small rural town in Georgia . . .Royston
What is your website?
What are the best things about art fairs
interacting with artists and public and basking in the creative energy; authentic and genuine people who love what they do
Best show ever and why
Canton Festival of the Arts--3 separate judges awarded me "Best in Show" which is highly unusual for a jewelry designer and artist!
Worst show ever and why
Holiday Show, somewhere in South Carolina--3 day convention center show whereby every other booth was jewelry and loud announcer over speaker disrupted everything--terrible environment--left early--first time ever!
Who referred you to Please be specific.
no one
What is one fun fact about yourself?
I was a corporate banker for over 25 years . . .yeah

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