Consignment shops are a treasure hunt. Antique jewelry, vintage furniture, gently-used clothing for everyone in the family—you can find it all at discounted prices. Rhode Island has its share of awesome consignment shops, featuring everything from brand-new children’s books to one-of-a-kind pieces of art. Whether you’re in Newport or Pawtucket, be sure to stop in to our favorite consignment shops in the state.
Featuring vintage, shabby chic, and, antique items from consignors and dealers alike, the Find is an 11,000-square-foot consignment shop that offers living room furniture, bedroom sets, kitchenware, desks chairs, and more. Plus, you will find tools, textiles, artwork, and other furnishings. Currently taking and selling consignments, if the Find on 6 doesn’t have what you are looking for, they will make it their mission to find it for you.
Home of $2 Tuesdays and $3 Thursdays, Tiverton Tots was established in 2012 and offers children’s clothing, sizes preemie to eight, as well as baby furniture, cloth diapers, baby gear, books, and foot ware. All consignments have a sell window of three months, and, if your items sells, you can pick up a check payment that is 40 percent of what the item sold for or at 50 percent for store credit.
Luca isn’t the biggest consignment shop in the area, but they are probably the most discerning. Specializing in baby clothes and equipment, as well as maternity clothing, at Luca Boutique you will find ample parking, changing rooms, swings, strollers, gates, and cribs. Plus, there are clothes from Crewcuts, Janie and Jack, Baby Lulu, Charlie Rocket, and more.
Established in 1998, Mike's Estate Services is self-promoted as “one of New England’s largest Consignment shops.” With 22,000-square-feet of space between their two locations, these dealers carry gently used furniture, home decor, art, tools, jewelry, clothing, and more. Reportedly processing more than 500 items per week, the inventory at Estate Services is always fresh and always changing.
This non-profit thrift shop offers men’s and women’s clothing, books, furniture, mattresses, housewares, small appliances, antiques, and home decor. Moreover, all proceeds from sales go to help support the McKinney Homeless Shelter, and the store depends on donations from local families and businesses to keep serving the public need.
With a profitable online store in addition to brick-and-mortar locations, Marine Consignment shops are locally owned and operated. Established in 1994, these stores help boaters convert their gently used boating gear into cash. You will find deck hardware, foul weather gear, fishing tackle, anchors, compasses, cannons, and more. Also, with a recycle, reuse model, you can feel good about protecting the environment with your purchase.
Owned and operated by Alfred Brazil, this consignments proprietor was just 12 when he first got into the antique business. It was then that he was bitten by the pickers bug, and now his shops offer consignments, antiques, and special hard-to-find gifts. You will also find gently used furniture, home decor, textiles, cutlery, and more.
Established in 2006, Consignments Limited boasts a large 6,400-square-foot facility, and they are always changing out their inventory. Specializing in fine china, art, and collectibles, you will also find a large selection of antique lighting, jewelry, silver, handbags, vintage collectibles, and furs. Choose from a huge selection to find that special gift, and if it is not there CL will find it for you.