Thursday , 13 May 2021

Not Just Another Pricing Lecture – Mellisa Borrell

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From Melissa’s Facebook:

Melissa Borrell has been designing and fabricating jewelry since 1996. She studied art and French at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts and Tufts University in Boston and Paris. Self-taught as a jewelry designer, Melissa opened her jewelry studio in San Francisco in 1999. In 2005, she received an MFA from Rhode Island School of Design and established Melissa Borrell Design in Houston, TX.
Melissa’s innovative designs emphasize the effect that an individual has on a product. Blurring the lines between art and design, Melissa’s work explores ideas of space, perception, color, and form in her jewelry and products. Her designs cross the lines between sculpture, graphics, fashion, and architecture and challenge the definitions that divide these categories.

Melissa recently gave a presentation at the Professional Development Seminar at 2010 SNAG conference in Houston, March 2010

This SlideShare presentation was from the Professional Development Seminar from the SNAG Conference organized by myself Harriete Estel Berman, Don Friedlich and Andy Cooperman.

There is  a podcast  that your readers can listen and learn more information. IT can be found at two locations.

  • Professional Development Seminar page on the SNAG website:


with a month long series including pricing variables, understanding overhead, indirect cost, cash flow and more when pricing your work.

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  1. I enjoyed this webinar very much! It gave a lot to think about. Especially the 20% sales fee worked into the wholesale price. I will really try and look at that for the future, if I ever try and put my jewelry into stores. Thanks Tim! This was great!

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