At the last farmer's market the first item which sold was one of my sponge holders. I placed the holder on the bottom shelf without a sponge. A woman came into the booth and immediately picked it up and said she wanted it. She said she'd been looking for a sponge holder which was narrow for the back of her sink.
The last sponge holders seemed unstable with feet so I made these new ones without feet. I made these slightly larger hoping a large sponge will fit as well as a small sponge. I also added an extra row of texture for glazes which break. From the last group I threw away one and I held back the one in the first photo.
The next items which sold were a couple of my mini tiles. This time I've used stains on greenware and intend to put a transparent glaze over the top.
I've inserted nichrome wire as a hanging mechanism in the top of the tiles. I like to think of these items as price leaders. Inexpensive items which draw customers into the booth and hopefully encourages them to return for future pottery purchases. Thanks for reading and for all your comments.