You have opened a wormy bucket.
What may sell well in one location is a dud in others.
And the prices one can get for items varies tremendously with location.
e.g. In my town only very inexpensive pens will sell. And, then only gaudy synthetics. Better pens with fine woods go begging. In other towns luxury pens sell well. One man flew from New York city to Little Rock to buy and order some of my pens as executive gifts.
One e-friend sells perfume atomizers as fast as he can make them. I, literally, have not been able to give them away.
For the record, my best selling item is the European pen made with Bethlehem Olive wood or Dogwood and sporting a Christian cross on the clip. I only make them from the Tn gold kits and sell for $40.00.
Actually, most of my 'sales' have been pieces of wood and wood pen blanks to other spinners.
"Folks is funny critters."
Think for yourselves and let others enjoy the privilege to do so, too. ~Voltaire