Interesting work you do,for sure.I'm surprised you don't have more iron doo-dahs riveted on or dangling,or used as clasps,since, judging by your dagger,you have a metalsmith friend.But i'm a one-track mind,obsessed with iron.Anyway,looks like exellent quality work,good luck.Jake.
If you don't think you're charging enough now,beware the forge!Ancient proverb:All blacksmiths are going to hell for two things-beating cold metal and charging too little."Yuppies are just not that interested in classy shit,gotta work for love.Also,the neat thing about iron is that you don't really need that much junk.Semi-nomadic vikings were cranking out spectacular work,both aestheticaly and metallurgically with not much more than two rocks and a set of goatskin bellows.Hey,i bet you can make a kickass bellows with your leather-working skill!Best wishes,Jake.
You should look into it. Start out by setting prices for basic things like flasks or bags, and then once you get a loyal base of customers, you would get more commsion work. Also, are there any renfairs or big geeky cons (like gen con) by you? Try renting a booth. I know lots of leathersmiths make a liveing traveling the renfair loops, as you are more likely to find peopel who will willingly buy your wears in a heart beat.