OK, I'll admit that this is just my opinion—albeit a long-held opinion. Stick with me for a moment. As a buyer, I despise glass cases. I know I've ranted about my hatred here on the blog before. First of all, I like to inspect an item before I consider buying it. Secondly, at many antique malls, you can never find someone to open the glass case for you. Thirdly, even when you do, they are sometimes hot and bothered (if not downright huffy) and are required to hover nearby. It's just not the way I like to shop. I'm at the point now where my eyes glaze over when confronted by glass booths. Don't get me wrong: I totally get why glass booths are necessary. They're cheaper. They prevent theft. They're better for smaller and more-fragile items.
Back in May, I caved and rented a glass booth. The photo above is 2 shelves in my glass booth (in addition to the big-ass room I rent). Not a single.f-ing.thing in the photo has sold.
Here's a (blurry) shot of another shelf. Again, not a single thing in either photo has sold. SINCE MAY.
Accordingly, I've given up my glass booth and will be transitioning it all to my etsy shop in the next few days. At least when an item is stolen, you know someone likes it.