[Clayart] Selling studio question

Terry Lazaroff terrylazaroff at gmail.com
Tue Nov 22 22:00:04 UTC 2022


Selling a studio is difficult.  I suggest you find out where ceramic classes are given and advertise there.  I have watched many studios being sold.  It turns out like buzzards circulating waiting for the sale to die.  They will then attempt to scavenge your equipment piece by piece. At really low prices. 

  I plan on holding an auction sale.  Well advertised across the region.  Stuff not sold will be given to art schools that have ceramics and pottery classes. 

If you can get the studio full of potential buyers an auction will get the best amount.  

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> On Nov 22, 2022, at 4:30 PM, Kenneth Chase <kchase235 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Afraid back pain is leading leading me to selling all my pottery equipment. I was thinking asking 50% of what I paid. Is this reasonable or should I expect less?
> I plan to offer the whole studio including all tools,chemicals and glazes as well as kiln accessories for a flat price.
> Thanks 
> Sent from my iPad

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