I know this has been discussed many times but I'm coming, maybe, from a different angle for pricing. We have a shop in town that sells and repairs lamps. I chatted with the owner a while back about selling him custom wood turnings and let him build the lamp. He was interested. I plan on going back and talking in detail as to how we can team up for his business. I have a decent selection of wood types in my shop and other places so they are air dried plus I have a Woodcraft store about 35 minutes away. I plan to work with him on styles, sizes, shapes as he would know what sells. Now: what should I charge for a basic turned lamp body? If I buy wood, how do I price that- wood plus time? BTW, the wood that I have on hand is freebie wood (the best kind). Any particular finish I should use or let that be open to the type of wood color, grain, etc.? Thanks for your help! Oh, yes! Forgot! Hollow bodies or solid or whatever he orders? I'll need to know if I need to drill for the cord and tube or if he can do that.