cool stand, im not sure about safe though. Will the jars tip easily?
It's not clear, the disc's of walnut are hollowed out, so that the jar sits down slightly - it's surprisingly good at keeping the jars in. You'd have to knock a jar very hard to make it come off. The stand itself is also stable, the weight of the hardwood base seems to keep everything weighed down.
How much do you charge for a stand?
I only make my woodwork for fun, for myself, family and friends. In this respect, as I give everything away for free, I guess I could argue I'm valuing my time at zero, but it's worth it to see peoples reactions and appreciation. I doubt I'd consider selling something commercially, as the price I'd value my "spare" time at, is such that most people would be unprepared to pay that much. Also, it was made with lots of hand tools, (planes, spokeshaves etc) which is very satisfying to use, but very uneconomic. I reckon any local carpenter would knock up something similar if asked, for a very reasonable price.
I'm convinced improved marketing is the way to increase honey sales. The tables/stands need to draw customers in. Jars in lines whilst looking nice to us, is no different to the supermarket. You need taster pots, information, an unusual display.
I'm planning a new design for next year, so will see how it goes....!