Rosewood Jannie wrote:I say....put them on the *Bay*...them that has...gets Why should you sell them to people on a list...for less than you could get on Ebay? Because I can't afford a Picasso...should I have been put on a list and sold one for less? Nothing in life is fair...I can't understand why Doll people are SO wrapped up in the fairness of how an artist chooses to sell their OWN work? It's just plain crazy to me
noniesgirl - Gina wrote:There isn't one Vikki, because no matter what you do there will always be someone that is unhappy and will voice that unhappiness quite loudly. You sell them the way that is best and easiest for YOU! You are the one putting in all the hard work on them.
You could put them all on Ebay as you finish them and let people pay what they are willing to pay. This gives everyone (who can afford it) a fair chance at the doll and is good for the artist. It raises the price of these dolls to whatever the market is willing to pay. It may be more fair, but it does raise the price of the dolls, so those who want "fair" have to be willing to pay the price for it.
medici wrote:Many collectors does not like to use ebay and prefer a sale trough forums, shops and artists. Myself included. For my antique dolls, although I will sometimes buy from ebay I, by far, prefer dealers. Even when I also have to pay more I still prefer dealers.
Anne (who does not like ebay; it makes me nervous and often I will forget the auctions....)
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