Amazon's Handmade crafts section is still rather pure, although their categories are restricted, and their fees are relatively hefty. But, hey, it's Amazon, so their visitor statistics must make it a great place to be, right? Perhaps, but perhaps not. How are all those millions of site visitors going to locate something they don't even know exists if you're so unique that you have minimal competition? When there's a lot of competition, you can always expect someone to be cheaper. As a result, the massive traffic flow may be inconsequential.
There's also Artfire, eCrater, Folksy, and... the list continues on and on. To be honest, they all have positive and negative aspects, as well as neutral aspects. So, how do you choose between the two?
The bottom line is that whichever option appears to best match your things is the one that could work for you. And no matter whatever site you choose, if you list your lovely items and then sit back and wait for the money to start flowing in, nothing will happen. The internet is awash in choices, and the ones that sell are the ones for which the developer spent hours a day, week after week pushing them on whatever site they were listed on.
Before making a decision, we must all complete our homework. Just keep in mind that the real labor will begin AFTER your lovely items are available for purchase.