“So many consignment shops are filled with junk and, once in a while, you find something nice,” declares Charlene Miller, proprietor of the new Global Consignments, LLC, in Greenwich, Connecticut. “We’re the antithesis of that.” Indeed, Miller, who brings a 30-year career in retail and 40 years of traveling the globe to her latest venture, has assembled a lovely selection of high-quality antique and modern furniture, tableware, and home accessories in this light, open, and easy-to-navigate space. In addition to finds from Asia, Brazil, England, and France, you’ll find such treasures from nearby Greenwich estates as an English mahogany leather-topped partners desk in perfect condition and William and Mary highboys. Also noteworthy is its three-pack of 16th-century Chinese statues ($35,000) and Ming vases. Too rich for your blood? Pick up a Waterford Martini glass for about $42. And check in frequently—new shipments arrive daily, and the good stuff never lasts long. But if by chance it does, you’re in luck: After 30 days on the floor, items are marked down 10 percent. In addition to quality consignment, services offered include free estimates and appraisals, estate-sale services, inventory liquidation, and design consultation.
Global Consignments, LLC
205 Railroad Ave, Greenwich, CT (203) 869-1534, globalconsignments.com