Etsy store launched

by 1 June 01, 2011

I just launched an etsy store selling my "potence" lamps. The hardest part was finding a price that was worth my time and material but still affordable to everyone. These first 10 I made are a limited run so if they work out, I may build more in the future. Because these are so long (about 68" from the wall), the shipping quotes I got were all over-sized and crazy expensive. I went with the lowest quote I had and absorbed some of the cost into the lamp.

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SUDHA
SUDHA

September 22, 2015

I WOULD LOVE TO DO A POST ON MY BLOG…AN ARTIST PROFILE ABOUT U AND YOUR WORK..PL LET ME KNOW IF THAT IS SOMETHING THAT INTERESTS YOU

SUDHA

max
max

September 22, 2015

Oooooh! I want one! I’m going to start saving my pennies. :D

ALICE IN DESIGNLAND
ALICE IN DESIGNLAND

September 22, 2015

How exciting! I hope the store is a smashing success.

Kyle Stanley
Kyle Stanley

September 22, 2015

Very nice. You should also put on some scrap furniture that you make. I’m sure many people would be interested…including me.

Annick
Annick

September 22, 2015

Congratulations! So happy to hear you opened an Etsy store!!! It looks great.

Stacy T
Stacy T

September 22, 2015

You have such a cool blog and mad skills my friend!

Logan
Logan

September 22, 2015

Thanks everyone! I’m glad you all appreciate them!

Rebecca
Rebecca

September 22, 2015

Hello – found this via The Brick House. The lamps look amazing – I would buy the last one on Etsy but my apartment won’t do it justice.

Micro-”potence” lamp | OneFortyThree
Micro-”potence” lamp | OneFortyThree

September 22, 2015

[…] some steel tubing, ran some wiring, sanded a little oak handle, and made a miniature version of my “potence” style lamp. It swivels on a wire rod inside the tubing, and lights up. It plugs into the standard dollhouse […]

Industrial wall reading lamp | OneFortyThree
Industrial wall reading lamp | OneFortyThree

September 22, 2015

[…] using aluminum bar (since I couldn’t weld) and a task light from home depot. After making the potence lamps and other things, I decided to try and make the style of lamp I’ve always wanted. An […]

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