I agree with Ron start high and lower your price. It is a whole lot easier to lower than to raise. Vaughn hit another point. Do not lower your prices the last day of the sale even if you don't sell a thing. People will figure you out and won't even look at your booth or items till the last day knowing you will lower your price. I have did pretty well selling my bowls for $5 per inch of diameter. Vase's I sell for $10 per inch of height. Again this depends on the wood. If it is rare or expensive wood like Amboyna or Coolibah vases, those will get pretty high up to maybe $400. Slimline pens for $20, Euro's for $35, El Grande's and other high end pens $55 up. Birdhouse ornaments I get $25 to $35 depending on wood. I just sold two sets of El Grande fountain pen and pencils for $125 per set. I have found what you can charge is what your local market will bear. These work pretty good for me here in a farming community.
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