I think that is a loaded question!
Because there are wrapped pendants and then there are really wrapped pendants. Let's look at a few:
#1. Good Pendant that Walter Brown wrapped: http://www.wirejewelrybootcamp.com/public/viewimage.cfm?ImgID=5462
This pendant is well done, in silver and a highly treasured lapis stone. With these 3 things it would sell for a good price. Or the best price you can get in the arena that you work. So it becomes:
THE WRAP THE STONE THE WIRE THE ARENA
With all these things going for it I think i could sell it in my arena from $75 to $99 but im not sure about your arena because im not familiar with it. So this is just a sample.
#2. If the stone is the same but the wrap is not so good you might take off 40% o retail price.
#3. If the wrap is bad it won't sell at all.
PENDANT PRICE EXAMPLE - SOLD PENDANT RECENTLY WENT FOR $139 http://www.cameojewelry.com/products/Lady_in_Waiting_Large_Italian_Shell_Cameo-1276-6.html
In closing keep your work looking good and improving all the time. It does not take long to do this so don't give up. And precious metal wire, if you can afford it, will bring in a higher price then brass wire normally.
And the stone is so very important but that's easy to fix with a good lapidarian. It is easy to get an incredible stone at a cheap price if you just look around. Check out our friend R Willy the lapidary in the bootcamp, he is incredible.
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