The website is still under construction, which is why the item prices are listed as $0. For reference, however, a small cross like this one costs $10; candlesticks are about $25 each; and larger items like these will run anywhere from $60 and up depending upon the intricacy.
Having examined a lot of these pieces first hand (and purchased several), I can personally attest to their craftsmanship and beauty. Each piece is solid, too -- it's difficult to appreciate this from the photos alone.
Also, who wouldn't get a kick out of the fact that the history of olive wood carving in the Holy Land traces its history back to the Crusades?
I met Mr. Ghassan Al-Sahouri this Sunday past at Debby's parish, where he had set up a display of Little Bethlehem products in the narthex that crowded the length of two cafeteria tables. A humble figure, Ghassan's hands are clearly calloused and gnarled from years of woodworking.
Of particular note: the Little Bethlehem artisans in Beit Sahour create sacred art for Orthodox as well as Roman Catholics. I've asked Mr. Ghassan by email if the icons are written in the traditional manner, and he assures me they are indeed (it was difficult to tell when I examined them first hand). He also added this intriguing comment: "If you are interested in icons we have many of them; old ones, over 100 years."