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What are the best online markets for special, costly niche products?

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22 Jul 11 10:23:26 pm
I have got some authentic Hereke Rugs for sale. They are so special and handmade collections and so they haven't got ordinary prices. Prices start at least several thousand US Dollars. I'm searching for right web adresses for publishing them. I've got a advert on etsy. So could someone offer me alternative areas where collectors, culture vultures or carpet funs poke about?

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23 Jul 11 03:40:04 am
Given the dollar range involved, you'd probably come out best spending a little on a nice-looking standalone site to showcase the rugs, then advertise them in Robb Report, duPont Registry and similar places.

If you're in or within drive of a major city, it couldn't hurt to circulate your card to a few art galleries, luxury furniture stores etc. with the hint of a commission for a referral.


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25 Jul 11 03:49:38 am
@Frank: Great suggestions as usual! :)

@canercino: Welcome to SaleHoo! Starting your own site - focused on your own products is a great idea! But in case you don't want to take that path just yet there are other sites that might be nice to explore. Like Bonanza and RubyLane. I saw this forum discussion which may be you a few insights on where you can sell your -

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