accumulated pottery

Tue, 30 May 2000 10:57:25 -0400 (EDT)

We had our own store at one time and were in several malls.  To make any
money, it seems you have to have a general line of antiques and
collectibles, not just pottery. Rent and commission take out quite a
bit.   It all depends on the amount of traffic the mall gets, and then
you are always competing with other events if you are in a city.
Have you tried listing on eBay through Honesty?  It goes pretty fast.
We have had a few slow payers and only a couple of people who never
paid.  That is over a period of about1 1/2 years.
Don't despair on the floraline.  There are collectors for it.


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