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Clau_Gomes
« on: March 04, 2010 09:41:21 PM »

Hi, I am a jewelery designer and I am looking for stores where I can sell my pieces. I accept to leave in consigment.
Does anyone have a sugestion?
Please, send me an email at clausawaia@gmail.com or reply. I will be glad to show you my work.
Some pieces are at Etsy http://www.etsy.com/shop/clausawaia
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skeptis
« Reply #1 on: March 07, 2010 02:47:32 PM »

There are many small gift boutiques that you could sell from. I know there's a few nice ones on Laurier street near Papineau and further on Mason before St-Michel.
Basically any street with gift and fashion boutiques would probably have stores that would sell you jewelry.
I've been thinking of starting to sell in stores also but haven't gotten the nerve to try yet:)
I would visit a bunch of places to see what they sell and if it fist with what you make and then let them know you make handmade jewelry and give them a business card with your website.
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