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Ruby Lane Connection

A place for our members who sell on Ruby Lane to showcase their items, share stories, info, resources, ideas and talk with Ruby Lane wannabes.

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Latest Activity: May 12, 2016

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About Your Moderator Sandy of Graceful Antiques http://iantiqueonline.ning.com/profile/GracefulAntiques?xg_source=activity, Vintage and Antiques dealer since 1996. Online dealer since 2002. I have been a collector since 9 years old. Love the History of the items and the field in general. Preserving and passing on to the younger generations the value of wonderful treasures of the past. Visit Sandy at http://www.rubylane.com/shop/gracefulantiques

  

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Many of our members on I antique Online.com sell on Ruby Lane. This group is for

our members to share resources, showcase their goods and to help others who may be interested in setting up a shop on Ruby Lane.

Ruby Lane is an online retail marketplace for antiques, collectibles, art and jewelry. The company was founded in 1998, is based in San Francisco, California, United States and is privately held.

Organized into "Lanes" (Categories) you will find sections on Ruby Lane on:
Antiques
Books
Vintage Clothing
Vintage Collectibles
Dolls
Fine Art
Glass
Antiques & Vintage Jewelry
Artisan Jewelry
Porcelain
Postcard
Pottery
Silver

Discussion Forum

Ruby Lane Blog 2 Replies

Ruby Lane BlogLove to read the different tidbits on the Ruby Lane blog. Highlighting different RL dealers from time to time. Continue

Tags: Dolls, Vintage, Antiques, Blog, Ruby Lane

Started by GracefulAntiquesVtg. Last reply by GracefulAntiquesVtg Mar 23, 2016.

Ruby Lane Roll Call 5 Replies

Graceful Antiques and Vintage CollectiblesI am a general Antiques and Vintage dealer. Vintage whatever catches my eye. Celebrating 20 years in the field this year 2016. Online since 2002Please add…Continue

Started by GracefulAntiquesVtg. Last reply by Luxury French Collection Feb 9, 2016.

Ruby Lane Facebook Doll Page 2 Replies

Ruby Lane FB Doll PageRuby Lane just started their FB doll page. Wonderful. Continue

Tags: Facebook, Ruby Lane, Dolls

Started by GracefulAntiquesVtg. Last reply by GracefulAntiquesVtg Jan 19, 2016.

New tools, new important keywords and more 15 Replies

I have decided to start posting ideas on here to share with Ruby Lane shop owners. My Shop Talk videos are outdated because so much has changed on the net. So, let's talk about whatever is on our…Continue

Tags: Linda Caricofe, RC Antiques , Ruby Lane , I Antique On Line , shop talk

Started by RC Antiques. Last reply by RC Antiques Mar 9, 2013.

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Comment by RC Antiques on August 31, 2011 at 10:15pm

http://youtu.be/FTE1wmqn6Tg

Here is the latest Linda's Shop Talk on Ruby Lane, it's about the new buttons on our listing's page

Also, while here, since summer is almost over, I would like to try to get this group on a roll. So, come on, let's talk about it.

I am adding this group to my recive comments when posted list, that way, I will keeo with this group and inter react with everyone.

The more we get together, the more strength and poistive thoughts we will have as we get into this great time of year for sales...

I'll be looking for comments, even if it's just a hello

Best wishes, Linda

Comment by Michelle Eagle on August 24, 2011 at 6:14pm

Yes I totally agree with you and I'm surprised that they are now permitted to take a percentage of our shipping rec'd from customers.   By the time you finish paying them and Paypal, there is not much left over.

Well thanks to both of you and very nicely put Dena.

Comment by Bonnie Boswell on August 24, 2011 at 5:58pm
Dena Well put! Unlike selling on ebay I am confident that my clients trust the Ruby Lane and me. They know that I am a professional and stand behind my merchandise. I have to say that I still buy alot on ebay but sell there... I don't think so. SAVE one large bag of odd lot bits and pieces of jewelry I can't do on Ruby Lane. A great lot of stuff but not for RL.  BTW those free listing days ... I remember those on ebay 10 years ago,then they seemed to decide they didn't need to keep their clients (the sellers) happy. And they wanted to rake in the $$$ we made them. OH I could go on! 
Comment by Dena on August 24, 2011 at 1:08pm

Great advice Bonnie!

Michelle another advantage to Ruby Lane is they do not set your shipping options, you do, and you have an option of flat fee for insurance or up to date price automatically given to the buyer plus you can give the buyer an option to not have insurance on their package. They do not charge a commission it is all up front and you pay a flat fee. They have free and reduced listing days through out the year. They are a very reputable site to sell and buy at which has attracted a lot of both to RL. They do advertise in many venues not just the net. They are constantly trying to update things for the Better for both buyers and sellers. They understand that having happy sellers along with buyers is the best way to handle a business. They have tried hard not to raise costs and have actually improved cost to the seller in several ways since I have been there. You can write articles for the blog, two a month, a have a credit of $35 per article put into your shop account which can really save you money. 

When I think of Ruby Lane I think of Class. :) Dena

Comment by Michelle Eagle on August 24, 2011 at 12:48pm

Bonnie,

Thank you for the wonderful help and advise.  I do plan on transitioning soon.  I have roughly 400 listings on ebay so will probably still leave some there and put only my finer items on Ruby Lane.

Thanks again I truly appreciate your taking the time to write.

Best regards,

Michelle

Comment by Bonnie Boswell on August 24, 2011 at 10:13am

Michelle, I so totally agree with Dena. I was a silver powerseller for years on ebay.. joined in 1997. They drove me nuts changing the store advantages, how MY clients could pay ME, and all the rest of their crap... I said there has top be a better place on the net.  I opened my Ruby Lane shop 4 years ago and just like Dena have never looked back. It does take time to learn how to use everything that RL can offer it's sellers. I would like to give you 3 words of advise.

#1 when you get your shop open take time to look at EVERY link on the sellers page. Thats where everything you will need to be a successful seller is.

#2 their customer service for sellers is great. That link is at the bottom of the sellers page. When I can't figure something out I ask and they help

#3 do it now that $75 is a BIG advantage... it's in your pocket not RL's or Ebays.

My sales have grown every year. This year I have already surpassed last years total and it's August. I work hard at this and am now making $.  If you have questions :-) and you will there are people on the lane that will help you.  Staff members or fellow sellers.  

Comment by Michelle Eagle on August 23, 2011 at 7:42pm

Thanks Dena, I will explore that and I appreciate the info about the $75.00 fee being waived.

Ebay is currently charging a percentage for shipping fees and they do not even offer the power seller discount which is given on the final value fee.... it is getting very difficult to come out ahead, so I truly appreciate your help and advise.

Michelle

Comment by Dena on August 23, 2011 at 6:41pm

 

 

Hi Michelle, Ruby Lane is a very nice to sell. We sold at Ebay before we opened a shop at Ruby Lane and have never looked back. Now until October 15th the $75 start up fee has been waived so it is a perfect time to open a shop. You are charged $35 up to 50 items per month, $20 of that is for advertising. You would be able to keep 50 items in your shop for the same price if you only kept 10 which is the minimum for a shop to stay open. There is a one time fee of 30 cents per item to list it in your shop. Here is a link that might explain things you have questions to but we have been very happy at Ruby Lane and have been there for 7 years. All the best! Dena

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Comment by Michelle Eagle on August 23, 2011 at 4:35pm

Hi,

I am contemplating opening joining Ruby Lane.  I have been selling on ebay for two years now, mainly collectibles, china and some antiques.   Ebay's fees are extravagant and growing and with the lack of seller protection, I was wondering if anyone could find a moment to lend an opinion.

I am considering putting some of my finer items on Ruby Lane, which would be only a handful right now.

Thanks so much and have a great day!

Michelle

Comment by Bonnie Boswell on June 8, 2011 at 11:37am
Linda, You sure to have an eye for that Deco styling. Some TDF!!!!! itms on that page
 

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