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#1 posted 10-30-2020 05:48 PM

Thank you for the tips and help and tips. As for the pricing, I can spank woodcrafters pricing up and down the street all day. I also carry all 91 colors. My best bulk price is $5 a gram; they only offer 2 grams for $20. If need be, I can lower my price to where they have no desire even to carry it.

As to your comment, “you’ll need to make helpful and relevant contributions to member’s questions and comments.” Thank you for the advice I will do.
John, thank you for the update on the comment, “so there are more markets to look at vs. just rings made out of wood.”
I will take that to heart. I do not just carry wood ring cores, but I carry almost 70 types, and I’m a registered jeweler now. I do custom castings in silver and gold but carry tungsten, stainless steel, ceramic, titanium, 5 types of wood ring core blanks. My first love is woodworking, and I’m looking to break into the market more and with the enjoying the woodworking aspect more.
Again thank you for your observations and advice,


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