Why shop at a consignment store? We pick good quality name-brand and nice vintage and antique items. Since we only make money when things are sold, all items are priced to sell at an amount that's fair to everyone. As a modern day auctioneer, many of the smaller items we take are sold on eBay, usually starting at just $20 to bid - so you can see much of our inventory from the comfort of your home - click HERE to see what's currently for bid on eBay. Our store inventory is constantly changing and prices drop for most items in the showroom every month - so if you are local in Montgomery or Frederick county, it pays to keep checking back.
Currently Featured Items
Good condition with some age wear, 30" to seat.
Wonderful old porcelain and chrome barber chair circa 1910 or so in pretty good condition. 26" across and 52" tall, weighs like 150 pounds.
Fine old 1800's oak flip top wash stand manufactured by the Forest City Furniture Company in Rockford Illinois. Highly unusual piece in great condition, Apx 29" W x 21" x 31" H.
Nice condition - it's been refinished. Measures 24" square x 30" high.
Wonderful condition. Super single / Full size about 54" across (51" across rails) head is 58" tall, foot is 38"
great condition, may have been partially refinished. Drawers could be cleaned up some. Includes working key. Measures 36" W x 20" D x 36" H to upper tier and 69" to top of mirror.
Wonderful condition with just a few marks and scratches. Original turn of the century tag on back from Ashford Mfg Vermont. Full size, about 56" across (53" across rails), head is 82" tall, foot is 30".
Fine old 1800's piece in great condition. Apx 13x13" x 32" H
True vintage end tables in great condition with minor wear. I believe they are actually bronze and the white section is possibly travertine or milk glass or some kind. One glass top has a very small chip - see photo. Appx. 22" tall and 22" across. These are possibly the design of Maison Jensen or Paul McCobb.
Vejle Stole Mobelfabrik coffee table, found new in box from about 50 years ago! Gorgeous with just one small blemish on a corner. This is actual solid teak wood as opposed to veneer or particle. Measures 25" x 53" x 16" high, weighs 34 pounds.
The tops need to be sanded but no cracks or damage otherwise. Cheap price considering
1940's rolling chair in fairly good condition with minor wear. 15" wide, 19" h to seat, adjustable