How do I start an account?

Read through this page for the most up to date information about consigning.

Do I need to make an appointment?

If you do not already have a consignor's account with us you will need to call and schedule a new consignor appointment.

An appointment is also required if you are an existing consignor and you wish to wait in the store and take back any items we do not accept.

If you give us permission to donate any items we cannot mark in for sale, you may come any day we are open between 10am and 4pm. 

What percentage do I earn from my sales?

The consignor earns 40% commission on any item that sells for under $95. For items that sell over $95 the consignor makes 50%. 

Percentage is based on the FINAL sale price. 

Do you set the prices?

Yes! We set all prices according to age, style, condition, and our many years of experience. 

How do I get paid?

You may come in to the shop anytime we're open to collect a check, or use store credit.

We will only release funds to the consignor or any persons listed by the consignor on their contract. 

Do you consign wedding or prom dresses?

No, we do not consign wedding dresses. We do consign some formal dresses, depending on the season, style, brand, and condition.

Do you consign children's items?

No, we do not consign children's items. This includes clothing, toys, strollers, car seats, etc.

How long is the consignment period?

The consignment period is 60 days. This means that anything you bring to consign will remain your property for 60 days. You are welcome to pick up any unsold items within this period. 

After 60 days any items remaining become property of snob. 

What happens to my items when they expire?

When an item expires, it becomes the property of The Snob Shop. Any unsold items will be donated to one of our nonprofit partners