Reseller- nicenecklacepearl

12 Sep

At least this reseller gave me a laugh with the shop name and the names of each item being “charming” as if that is the key to English speakers to buy buy buy.

Shop Announcement: Hello and welcome!
Here you can find unique jewelry designs.
Each item is one of a kind made with love.
You are welcome to look and join my passion for

I love making jewelry.
I believe in unique, special jewelry for every day. Here you’ll find cool pieces fitting for every occasion.
I studied a lot and I will be more then delighted to share the results with you. Please share my passion for fashionable jewelry.
I hope you enjoy my creations and thanks for stopping by.

I believe in custom design everyday jewelry. I make exactly one of each design, so each item is unique. Here you can find something interesting to fit you for every day, for every cloth, for every occasion without beraking the bank. You are more then welcome to contact me if you are interested in a version(different color, slightly different shape) of one of the items.
—————————————————————– (note the reflection in the jewelry is identical)

Here is a tip to Etsy- if the listings have a camera icon in the corner, it’s probably not handmade.


14 Responses to “Reseller- nicenecklacepearl”

  1. Nicecrap September 12, 2009 at 10:23 am #

    I *love* how the first examples are both oh so “Beatutiful” LOL!

  2. Life During Wartime September 12, 2009 at 10:57 am #

    ‘Sharing’ items from a collection or ‘sharing my collection’ are typical Ebay reseller phrases. They know enough to put the offer of custom work in their boilerplate — maybe they read this blog? The very first time I visited Etsy — like three years ago? — there was a reseller pearl necklace on the front page. The seller was sharing her collection and was ‘studying hard’. SS, DY.

  3. Ambergris September 12, 2009 at 11:42 am #

    I find it pretty funny that the listings say :

    “Condition: 100% Brand new”

    Would have gone without saying for handmade items, I should think. Unless that seller thinks it’s normal to “make” jewelry, wear it, then list for sale. heh

  4. sb September 12, 2009 at 11:49 am #

    What IS that little camera logo thing in the corner of the pics? What does it mean?

  5. Life During Wartime September 12, 2009 at 12:41 pm #

    The camera in the corner looks like an Ebay photo watermark to me.

    The Etsy seller may be copying the photos and descriptions from an Ebay seller, and planning to purchase the items on Ebay if someone buys them on Etsy. There are sellers who do this, weird as it sounds. The seller only needs a computer and a PayPal account. They don’t need inventory or a camera, and they just copy and paste the descriptions, making only minor changes if that applies. Their only investment is listing fees. A buyer pays them on one site before they purchase the item somewhere else. I don’t know how a request for a custom piece of jewelry would be handled.

    I don’t know that the Etsy seller in the post is in fact doing this, to clarify. It is just a possibilty.

  6. Sandra September 12, 2009 at 3:26 pm #

    “Would have gone without saying for handmade items, I should think. Unless that seller thinks it’s normal to “make” jewelry, wear it, then list for sale. heh”

    Maybe not normal, but I actually came across a jewelry seller on Etsy who explained that all of the jewelry she sold was made to fit small people because she liked to wear it until it sold. Hmmmmm. Wonder why she didn’t have any sales?

  7. Dated September 12, 2009 at 3:31 pm #

    “I believe in unique, special jewelry for every day”.

    All of the items looked pretty mundane to me.

  8. forum rubbernecker September 12, 2009 at 4:15 pm #

    Ghangzhou, huh? I get very nervous when that comes up on my GA. I mean, why does someone in China need to spend an hour in my shop? Which they have, more than once. Just waiting for bootlegs of my stuff to appear somewhere…

  9. Sarah September 12, 2009 at 4:51 pm #

    Um, for anyone who’s interested, the Twilight copyright holders are finally laying down the pain…

  10. Gern Blanston September 12, 2009 at 6:26 pm #

    I hope those Twilight sellers get the butt fucking they deserve.

  11. Gern Blanston September 13, 2009 at 6:09 am #

    Are commercial wigs supplies?

  12. Christine September 13, 2009 at 9:50 am #

    lol the shop is Gone Gone Gone!

  13. imwithya September 13, 2009 at 3:11 pm #

    Oh Gern, you know anything can be sold as a supply on Etsy! Anyway who cares about the wig, I want that hawt transexual mannequin who’s wearing it 😛

  14. Polymixin B September 13, 2009 at 4:04 pm #

    Hooray for Callin out on Etsy!

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