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    Has anyone successfully made a living selling intarsia? :-/

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    Re: Intarsia

    :P Saw a man at a small arts and crafts fair in Connecticut who had some really beautiful intarsia. He wasn't selling much. I guess most people just didn't understand the time and the skill it take to do this. I think this has to be a labor of love.

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      Re: Intarsia

      I too have seen people trying to sell them but never saw anyone walk away with one. Some of them are beautiful and I would love to have several. Guess that is what all people think and then never buy.

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      • #4
        Re: Intarsia

        I do one show a year. I usually have very little to bring home.
        If you do good work it will sell. It takes a long time to make a quality item. It is hard to get what the item is worth. It is a good supplimental income, but I wouldn't quit my day job.

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