Craft Show Booth
Jewelry Display Options
Handmade jewelry is one of the easiest arts to create and the hardest to sell. There is much competition among jewelry artists.
Buyers of jewelry are highly individualized-everyone buys handcrafted jewelry they like. Buyers prefer one type of jewelry over others. Each buyer has their own taste.
Have a sign telling buyers exactly what you offer them. Your business name on your sign doesn’t attract buyers as well as telling them exactly what you offer. Selling kids jewelry, oriental jewelry, ancient Chinese jewelry, Native American beaded jewelry, western jewelry, or vintage jewelry? Tell the buyers, be specific include the materials you use.
Professional displays are very important to show sales.
Unique jewelry displays attract buyers while showing off your handcrafted jewelry well. Use driftwood, elk or deer antlers to hang handmade jewelry from or drape jewelry over cowboy hats if it's western style.
Think carefully about how the color of displays affect the way buyers see your jewelry. Most jewelry displays well against a black background which usually looks professional and clean.
I’ve seen wooden drawer dividers (or deep picture frames) filled with rice, beans, or split peas to fancy wrought iron displays.
Your jewelry booth display needs depth to draw buyers to the booth. Don’t just lay jewelry flat on the display table.
A site with jewelry display and boxing ideas is http://www.jewelrydisplay.com/
What are your favorite jewelry display ideas and sites?
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