Get started by giving us a little bit of information about your item and how to contact you. Get Started
We will review your item and respond within 3 days to set up an appointment.
Frequently Asked Questions
We look forward to assisting you in the resale of your home furnishings and accessories. We can best serve your consignment needs through appointments before and after store hours.
What is Eisenhower Consignment’s commission?
EC’s commission is half (50%) of the selling price (ticketed price) of an item. The 50/50% spilt between consignor and EC is based on the final selling price, which could include a reduced ticketed price. Unsold items may be returned to the consignor or donated on behalf of the consignor (See form for details).
How do I receive payment for my sold items?
EC issues payout checks first Tuesday of every month with a balance of $100 or more. If items have sold in your account, you will receive an email detailing sold item(s), selling price, and total payout balance. For balances of less than $100 with items remaining in your account, the balance carries into the next month. Also, you may request a check before the $100 balance is reached. Checks can be picked up during store hours.
Do I need an appointment?
Unfortunately, walk-in consignors cannot be accommodated. An appointment is scheduled after acceptance of an item. Please fill out the online consignment form and our team will determine if EC can sell the item. EC will respond within 2 to 3 days to set up an appointment and provide additional instructions.
Once my items have been accepted, what happens next?
An EC team member will assist you in making the necessary arrangements to drop off or obtain an estimate for moving service. EC requires large pieces (e.g. china cabinets) to be delivered by professional moving services. If a moving service is needed, EC can assist in obtaining an estimate and coordinate pickup details.
How is the selling price of my item determined?
We are not certified appraisers; however, we’re knowledgeable in the area of furniture valuation and market value of the items that we accept. We research and in some cases rely on outside resources in assessing value. We strive to maximize profit for our consignors while providing competitive pricing to our patrons.
We welcome your input and any information that we factor into our pricing approach. EC’s pricing approach starts with input from you, then EC assess overall condition, supply/demand, current market value in setting the selling price. Generally, selling price is in the range of 25% to 40% of retail-price paid. EC does not reduce selling price at scheduled intervals; however, we do reduce selling price at our discretion.
How do I transport my items?
Transportation of consignor’s personal property is the consignor’s responsibility. EC is happy to provide names of third-party delivery services who extend preferential rates to our consignors. These third-party firms are independent contractors, and EC provides this information as a courtesy to our consignors.
What happens after the 60-day period
It is the consignor’s responsibility to pick up unsold items at the end of the 60-day period. If you would like to pick up your items before the end of your consignment term, earlier retrieval date must be stated on the consignment agreement. All items not picked up by the consignor become property of Eisenhower Consignment to dispose, donate or retain.
How do I improve the chances of having my items accepted?
You can submit more than one item per submission along with a photo of all items captured in a single photo. Removing accessories from table tops, decorative pillows from sofas, lamps from side tables allow the reviewers the best photos to review.
Finally, the most important factor, provide only requested information such as age, dimensions, paid price, payout expectations and manufacturer/brand, which expedites the review by providing key information that is heavily relied upon in making a determination.
Does EC buy furniture?
EC does not purchase furniture or other items that are offered for sale at the showroom. Consigning is the only service offered at EC.
Are there items Eisenhower Consignment does not accept?
Unfortunately, there are items we are unable to accept. The most common items are:
Transportation for your items is the consignor's responsibility. As a convenience we can provide names for local third-party delivery services.
EC issues payout checks the first Tuesday of every month with a balance over $100
Consignment Terms & Conditions
Consigner is the owner of all goods consigned to Eisenhower Consignment (EC), and has the legal right to enter into this Consignment Agreement.
EC determines the selling price of each item. EC reserves the right to sell items below their original list price with price reductions as EC deems appropriate.
Consignment period is 60 days from receipt of goods. If listed item is not sold within 60 days, it is the responsibility of consignor to retrieve unsold goods. After 60 days, items not retrieved by the consignor become property of EC to dispose, donate or retain at their sole discretion.
EC’s commission is fifty percent (50%) of the selling price of the goods. Where an item is sold below the original list price, the commission is calculated on the reduced retail price.
Payout checks are issued first Tuesday of each month for balances of $100 or more. EC does not mail checks as a matter of course. Consigner is responsible for collecting funds due for items sold. Upon request, EC may mail a check to Consigners.
Retrieving Consigners are responsible for picking up unsold goods within the five (5) days at the expiration of each consignment period. Unsold goods are located and removed from the sales floor by EC staff upon expiration of the consignment period of 60 days.
It is the consigner’s responsibility to contact EC at the end of the 60-day term to claim your items. After 60 days, unsold items that have not been picked up will become the property of EC.
EC retains the right to accept or decline any item for consignment at their sole discretion. EC further retains the right to display items for sale as they see fit.
EC is not responsible for loss, theft or damage to Consigner goods from any causes what so ever. Insurance coverage remains the sole responsibility of the Consigner. Delivery of goods to EC constitutes the Consigner’s acceptance of the above stated terms.