Learning to sell jewelry any tips on displaying and selling jewelry. Just beginning, marking, laying out on table, lighting, things like these.
Display your jewelry on pieces of black velvet, makes it look lush. How about mirrors to reflect light? (09/11/2007)
By perfumed fan
Use a large piece of fabric (or several pieces) to cover the table, and place boxes underneath to vary the heights of the displays. Provide mirrors so people can "try on" the pieces in front of a mirror. Be sure to have a couple of polishing cloths to keep the pieces shiny after people handle them. Have business cards printed, or print them yourself, and put piles of them on the table where "window shoppers" can easily pick one up. Good luck with it! (09/12/2007)
Use a very pretty table lamp or two on your table. The light reflects off the jewelry if its silver, gold or two tone, or pearls. Make sure the jewelry is clean for the most sparkle. You can make necklace forms out of old picture frame backs with the cardboard props. Cover with batting and some black velvet, all of which you can find at thrift stores in the form of picture frames, a dress, and blankets. (use a hot glue gun) You can make a bracelet display bar out of a Pringles can, cover with some of the black velvet or a pretty handkerchief, or napkin. A table top mug rack with the 4 - 6 hanging pegs make good bracelet displays too. Do a Google search on displaying jewelry for other ideas. (09/15/2007)
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