I’ve just looked at one piece which I thought might be a wall plaque of a cat but to honest the listing description was dreadfully confusing as was the tilte.
I then realized you are offering custom made but you say the mirror will not be the same as the one in the photo but there is no mirror in the photo.
You need to be very very clear remember potential customers need to be able to see clearly what is being sold and understand the descriptions.
You titles really should concentrate on what word or words someone would put into a search bar to find an item.
wall plaque, animal wall plaque
for instance what is Mosaic Pique Assiette I don’t think I’d put that into a search bar if I was looking for a mirror.
Try putting mirror into the search bar and see how low down your item comes, that will give you an idea how to work on your titles.
You have a lovely pendent but the photo shows what looks like dog hair next to it not nice that would put me off. Also heart pendent or pendent heart really should be at the beginning of your title then you can go into more detail.
You don’t need the bits in capitals at the beginning of each description.
You have a lovely little dish/bowl but dish wasn’t in the title until the end, trying to read the title was like reading a list of unconnected words and I nearly gave up. I had to look at the photo for quite a while to try and work out what it was in the end I clicked on it tried the title then read the descpition and looked at the second photo before I was sure it was a dish with a poppy design and not a poppy plaque.
Sorry but your listing are very unclear I just looked at a lovely coaster and thought oohhh lovely 4 floral pink coasters but it wasn’t until I was more than half way through the listing I realized that was just a sample and you make them to order so I wouldn’t be buying what I saw.
You need to have the made to order up front not at the bottom as most people would read the first paragraph of the description and not read the rest. I’m afraid a lot of people go via the title and the photo and first few lines of description.
If I want coasters I’d type in coaster then maybe a colour or animal or flower but coaster would be the main word yet in your listing Coaster doesn’t come up in your title until the end.
Try searching coaster in the search box and see what comes up looked at the first 8 pages and none of your coasters came up. They did come up when I put in coaster mosaic. Most potential customers might not know they might like a mosaic coaster so would just type in coaster, and if coaster was your first word your coasters would come up earlier in a search and a potential customer might then think ohhh those are nice.
How much promoting do you do btw as that’s the best way to be found. Just listing and hoping for the best just doesn’t work. The internet is huge now with vast amount of online sellers, so unless you are constantly out their promoting your work to as wide an audience as possible it is unlikely anyone will find you
Don’t forget to fill in your meet the maker section.
I hope some of this helps