Only one local potter who maybe is a competetitor and only at my two local shows as we share the the same pie of customers
he is a friend and I have zero issues with it-our work is very different but both are funtional
At all other shows I never even look at others work much yet alone pricing-I do not care what they sell it for these days.I stopping looking at others pricing about 20 years ago .
I think its good to have a choice for the public.
My whole model is reasonable pricing for great snappy glazes on forms that function well.I want to sell in volumes as I go a LONG ways to market so I need to sell a lot. I want the customer to be able to buy the pots and return next year foir more. They remember me and always come back. I will add my prices are slowly edging up as my production and volume drops.So far I have not hit the (its to expensive for me price points)
I have always had a strong sense of the transaction of selling my work needs to work for both parties-if its to high price then its not working as I sell less and do not return-if its to cheap I run out.Its always a balance-good value works for me.
never felt any competetion mostly as I always come thru steady with product-others tend to flake.