A new house, a renovation, downsizing, a divorce, new job, greater or less income, inheritance or just wanting all new stuff are some of the events that trigger people wanting to reduce their current load of goodies. But what are the benefits of consigning furnishings, accessories, antiques, collectibles, fine art, jewelry, tools and alike?
One of the main reasons people choose consignment is because they are TOO BUSY! Don’t have the extra time to deal with all the organizing, photographs, phone calls, emails, no shows on appointments to preview etc… and they don’t want to deal with strange people coming into their homes or on their property.
Having your items offered for sale in another location is a great value on its own and we will answer the phone calls, emails, take the pictures, organize the contents, open our doors for viewing and make time for our Buyers and Consignors!
Offering your items to be sold and shipped worldwide is an added benefit to selling online and the repeat Buyers who have now spoke to their friends, family, co-workers, gym mates are passing around the good news of the deals they have received or “won”! It’s a win win for Everyone!
We are proud to provide and offer all our Consignors:
Feel free to call our office and speak with us personally; we would be pleased to assist you and provide any further details needed. Call 519-271-2646.
If you are interested or curious on whether your item(s) are appropriate for our auction PLEASE FILL OUT our ‘Consign with Us’ Webform (listed below) or EMAIL pictures to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Items We Don’t Accept for Auction: garage or estate leftovers (if you can’t sell it, we can’t either), stained or damaged furniture, particle board furniture, pianos, and organs, old computers/ printers, exercise equipment (unless it is new – within a year – and in working condition), broken or damaged tools, plastic kitchenware, used small kitchen appliances/ dishes/ pot and pans (unless cast iron), clothes, books, TV entertainment centers… at the end of the day if it’s not worth $20 we don’t want it.