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Jewelry Making
Look here for articles about the business side of jewelry making with an emphasis on marketing.

Create Your Own Jewelry Displays star
Gorgeous, professional crushed velvet displays for a fraction of the cost!

Info - Law, California Lead Containing Jewelry star
If you sell jewelry or jewelry components in California, this law restricts the materials they may contain. Learn how to make sure that you are in compliance.

Info - Law, Jewelry Making and Prop 65 star
Crystal beads and some base metals contain potentially toxic lead, but many businesses are exempt from California´s lead warning requirement.

Info - Law, Labeling Jewelry Made in USA star
If you´re an American jewelry crafter, can you legally advertise your jewelry as "Made in the USA?" The FTC has some special rules for making a made-in-America claim.

Prepare for a Successful Show star
These tips will help you have a more successful show. Success is all in the little details when it comes to shows. Follow these easy tips and you will find setting up and selling to be almost stress free.

Selling Your Jewelry star
Sell your wonderful one of a kind pieces! If you are planning to sell your handcrafted jewelry, there are a few important things to consider. Selling your pieces should be as enjoyable and stress-free as making your pieces. These tips will make selling your pieces a rewarding experience.

Show Shopping star[offsite link]
From Lapidiary Journal - the Business Side. How to get the most out of visiting a large gem show such as the Tucson Gem & Mineral Show.

Will Silver Prices Drop Further? star
Now is the time to start working with silver! Already work with silver? Find out why now is the best time to stock up on your Silver supply!

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