Do you have antiques or collectibles that no longer serve a purpose in your home? Our Market is always looking for quality pieces to add to our resale inventory. Why not let us take care of the sale? There may be someone looking for exactly that which now collects dust in your basement, or storage unit. Make someone happy and earn some cash in the process. For Consignors/Sellers, please call and make an appointment first. Appointments will be mainly held on Tuesdays. Below are some examples of our "consignment " stock.
This is a nice looking Antique Washstand in great all-original condition. Washstand is circa the early 1900’s and measures approx. 33” wide x 17¼” deep x 30¼” tall. Washstand has two lower cupboards and wooden towel rails on each side. Don’t miss this great find!
This is a beautiful French Provincial Style Headboard. Headboard is King-size with a beautiful Limoges Plaque and gold detailing. French Provincial Style furniture was often referred to as “Hollywood Style”. Headboard is circa the 1920’s/30’s and measures approx. 60” tall x 90” wide. We also have matching Night Stands, a Vanity and a Dresser available – all being sold separately. A must see!
We have a pair of elegant Wrought Iron Lamps in excellent working condition. These tall Lamps are hand crafted and stand approx. 77” tall x 12” at widest. Lamps are circa the 1940’s and have 5 lights each – all run on standard light bulbs. Would prefer to sell as a pair, but will consider separately. Don’t miss this great find!
Pine Dresser with Shelf
This is a beautiful Pine Dresser from the mid 19th century. Dresser has two long drawers, two upper small drawers with a backboard and an upper display shelf. Dresser has turned feet and is in excellent original condition. This piece measures approx. 40 ½” wide x 45” tall x 19” deep. Pine Dresser would make a great addition to a Den or Hallway. A must see piece!
This is a Porthole from an old Ship. Porthole has its original glass window and measures approx. 8½” across and 3” deep. This metal Porthole is circa the 1940’s. A great gift idea for a collector / admirer of nautical pieces.