Warm: A Jewelry Pop Up Shop at Liloveve Gallery – December 6th – One Night Only!
Come Shop the Gallery as we open our doors to celebrate the season in style! Featuring Jewelry and Gifts from:
Angie Colombo Designs
Anne Arden McDonald
Carolyn A’Hearn Handmade Fine Jewelry
Caroline Glemann – Liloveve
Jewels by Maya
KELACALA Q by Lara Kurtzman
Mingle with the designers as you enjoy complementary glass of wine, sip an artisinal seasonal cocktail and sample some yummy hors d’oeuvres!
Get your shopping done early and find the perfect something for the ones you love, treat yourself to the perfect keepsake, and enjoy the festivities of the season!
Friday December 6th 5-9pm
457 Grand Street, Suite 1
(between Union and Keap)
Brooklyn, New York
‘Tis the season to be jolly…and perhaps be selling your handmade wares at local Holiday Markets. Here are a few tips help you through the season!
- Always setup your display before you get to the market. It’s really important to have a plan of what you’re going to do – especially if you need something last minute or end up running late.
- I recommend a table that’s eye level so people don’t have to bend down. Try working with different levels. You can raise neck forms using risers on the back of your table.
- Don’t be afraid to get creative and use non-traditional items in your display. Your setup should evoke the feeling of your jewelry, but not overpower it. You don’t want your display to look nicer than your work.
- Make sure all of your work has a price tag.
- Here’s what’s in my emergency market kit: extra price tags, calculator, pens, band aids, breath mints, round nose / chain nose pliers, zip ties (they’re handy for everything), ring sizer, mini stapler
- Don’t forget a mirror!
- Bring atleast $20 in singles worth of change
- Bring snacks! You might not be able to sneak out for lunch, so make sure to pack lots of snacks and water.
- Don’t forget business cards / postcards. There are lots of imexpensive options if you don’t have them printed. You can print them out yourself with the template cards from an office supply store. You can also stamp your own paper.
- Put out a mailing list – it’s a great way to collect names for future shows and announcements.
- Have fun!
Hey jewelry designers – I know a lot of you quite personally….
I just came across this really awesome design challenge from this great website UncommonGoods, and I think you should all check it out. Enter to win $500 and a chance for a vendor contract with UncommonGoods – an curated website of artisan made products that prices itself on being eco-friendly with their offices right here in Brooklyn!
Here’s the link
Join us for a glass of champagne for the opening reception to celebrate the amazing jewelry & metal work of our students!