Saturday, February 21, 2009

No mas Lone Star Vintage Clothing: New name = My Vintage Things...

As many of you know, I sold my vintage clothing inventory this past December to Violetville Vintage. I was also hoping to sell my website,Lone Star Vintage Clothing, as well. Lo and behold, a guy contacted me about four weeks ago asking if he could purchase the site. At first, we could not agree on a price. I wanted more than he wanted to pay, of course-but, then I started thinking about why I still needed the site. As long as I could recoupe all fees associated with purchasing the site two years ago-his offer wasn't such a bad deal after all.

I contacted the guy about two weeks ago and told him I would sell him the domain for the price he offered. I never heard back from him until last week. He asked if the site was still available and if it was, he wanted to purchase it. I was confused and thought he wanted the site as it was, but he just wanted to transfer the domain. So, we started the process. My webhost is located in the UK and I think it took a little extra time to get everything done because of the difference in time. Luckily, everything worked out, I received payment for my domain and transferred my domain to the new buyer. Yay!

With this said, I went ahead and changed my eBay store name as well. My new seller name is: my_vintage_things and my store name is: My Vintage Things from Texas. Here's the link to my auctions.

I have a lot of great vintage costume jewelry up for grabs this week. Here are a few pics of some of the goodies I have listed:

4 comments:

  1. Congratulations Heather! Although I REALLY wanted some of that inventory of yours! *sniff*

    This is great news and I'm very happy for you! :o)

    xoxo
    Tara

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  2. Congrats Heather! Looks like an amazing new start!!

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  3. Congratulations Heather! I really like your collection. You have variety in your work. I like pink stone the most. I think you can design a perfect jewelry with this. I love to see a necklace made up of same stone. Thanks for the post.
    wedding rings vintage

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