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#1

hi all Do you sell your works through agents? how do you think
about agents? I’m not in the usa, some days ago I got a
marketing group’s adress by a news group
http://www.productsourcingltd.com/ it’s there web page but I
don’t know well about them. I want know about agents in the usa
and canada. thanks


#2

Hi, at least two people on the Orchid network have/are opening
shops and indicate a willingness to take work on consignment.
They are Barbara and Harley Groff at barbarastreasure@hotmail.com
and Tom Arnold–if you check the mails you will find him, he’s a
frequent contributor to Orchid. Good luck. You might also post
a notice you’re interested in consignment arrangements.

Sharon Holt aka @bootsie


#3

Hi just to let anyone know I do almost any and all consignment
work, from wax to casting to mold work, also any and all bench
repairs, I work on All types of jewelry too. that is precious
metals AND costume. I also do watch repairs and some jewelry
oriented machine repairs. I love taking on those jobs no one else
wants to do,(except) class rings, not worth the the time, send
them to their maker. :wink: I’m currently doing consignment work for
Studio 311, and Natural Jewelry, and work part time for a local
Jeweler and full time for a Designer Line, Cinnimon Designs. Let
me know if you need some work done! Matt the Catt @ Contemporary
Industrial Arts…


#4
   hi all Do you sell your works through agents? how do you
think about agents? I'm not in the usa, some days ago I got a
marketing group's adress by a news group
http://www.productsourcingltd.com/  it's there web page but I
don't know well about them. I want know about agents in the
usa and canada. thanks 

I understand agents to represent one’s work in sales and
marketing. Therefore I believe, like the apparel fashion market
which I’ve experienced, it would be best to have someone
represent you that understands your style of jewelry as well as
the market you design for. I checked out the web site above and
I would ask more questions about their marketing tools and
examples of the other work they sell before signing on. It’s best
to get references for sales representation from the retail buyers
in your market.

Is there a difference between an agent and a sales
representative? Anyone?

Much luck,

Let us know what you find out. REBA.