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Best Wisconsin consignment, antique, vintage, resale and other unique stores.

Found 6 stores
wisconsin Furniture Consignment store
(414) 961-7085
2520 East Capitol Drive
Wisconsin 53211
Since 1972 we have been specializing in the appraisal and/or selling of furnishings when a home or apartment is being vacated. We also have a consignment shop where items can be sold if there is not enough to sell from the home.

Category:  Furniture Consignment

wisconsin Antique store
(715) 720-1071
4263 North Prairie View Road
Chippewa Falls
Wisconsin 54729
We have a great selection of antiques & collectibles in our new shop that we have been collecting for over 25 years. We're sure that our bright, clean and handicapped accessible antique shop will become your first choice in Western Wisconsin for all your antiques, collectibles, replacements and gifts.

Category:  Antique

wisconsin Womens Consignment store
(262) 789-9359
2205 Calhoun Road
Wisconsin 53045
Elite Repeat has earned the reputation of consigning only the best fashion has to offer.

Category:  Womens Consignment

wisconsin Furniture Consignment store
(262) 376-2966
W62 N556 Washington Avenue
Wisconsin 53012
We specialize in consigned interiors (furniture, accessories, artwork, etc.), but we also sell new upholstery, accessories, lamps, art, window treatments and design services.

Category:  Furniture Consignment

wisconsin Womens Consignment store
(608) 276-7467
6017 Odana Road
Wisconsin 53719
You'll find gold jewelry, furs, estate jewelry, clothing, shoes furniture and home accessories.

Category:  Womens Consignment

wisconsin Childrens Consignment store
(920) 731-7300
211 North Richmond Street
Wisconsin 54911
We are a locally-owned family consignment store selling infant, children's, teen's, misses, maternity, women's and men's clothing. We also offer accessories, home accents, domestics, toys, and small furniture items.

Category:  Childrens Consignment

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Tips for Fashion Consignment Shopping
1. Make a point to visit a few weeks after a change of season, a time when many people clean out their closets to make room for new clothes.
2. Take a look at all styles that you fancy, and that look like they might fit. Previous owners may have had garments altered, so the size 12 may fit more like a size 10.
3. Consider altering items that may not fit perfectly. Even with a nominal tailoring charge, you're likely to come away with a great deal, especially on high-end designer items.