Sutterfield is an upscale consignment gallery in Burlingame, San Francisco Bay Area. This high-end gallery offers pre-owned home furnishings and accessories that satisfy all tastes from contemporary to modern to eclectic. The shop selection includes high-end designer furniture, home accents, handmade rugs, fine china, fine jewelry, sterling silver, chandeliers, objet d’ art, and many other items.
Sutterfield’s works with various online auctions and marketplaces for some of your finer items that are more likely to sell at a higher price with broader visibility. By marketing on social platforms, e-commerce sites, and in their gallery they aim to achieve a quick sale.
Sutterfield Consignment was founded in 2002 by Peggy Sutterfield. After the store enjoyed 13 years of gathering venue for fashionable clients, designer and collectors alike, Greg Holtmann took over the ownership in 2015. Greg spent many years in the luxury home furnishing industry as a designer, merchandiser and buyer before taking over Sutterfields.
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Our gallery setting, as well as our strong online presence exposes your items to a discerning public from around the world. We also work closely with interior designers, dealers, stagers and realtors. By advertising in both digital and traditional print media, we work to ensure the successful sale of your items.
Complimentary in-home preview of your times available upon request. You receive at least 60% of the selling price of jewelry, and at least 50% on other items. Percentages can be negotiated on certain higher priced items. Pick-up service available. Simply send us your picture to email@example.com.
How does consignment work?
Once we determine that your item is something we can sell, we price it as high as the market will bear. Once it sells we send you a check! It’s that easy!
Can I just bring my items in?
Yes, you can but we recommend you contact us by phone first. We may be able to qualify your item with a quick conversation. If necessary, we may ask that you email photos or schedule an in-home appointment, especially if you have many items. Once we qualify your item you can bring it in or, if you prefer, we’ll recommend a qualified, licensed and insured pick-up service.
Where do I email photos?
Send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include any information that you think will help guide us in determining the value and marketability of your items. For example: brand, age, era, original cost, how you acquired it, etc. We recommend that large files be sent via dropbox.com or in a zip folder.
What kinds of items do you consign?
So many it’s hard to include them all! Our showroom is filled with name brand furniture, home accents, original art, handmade rugs, fine jewelry, chandeliers, fine china, crystal, sterling, high-end objet d’art, as well as an eclectic mix of interesting collectibles.
Are the items you sell used?
Usually… some of our pieces were staging props, unopened gifts or bought and never used.
How quickly do most items sell?
The average turnover time is 3 to 4 weeks.
How long is the actual consignment period?
Sixty days. Exceptions are made for items like jewelry, art, large, high end, or specialty pieces that may take longer to sell.
Do I have to pick my item up if it doesn’t sell?
We aim to sell items in high demand. However, in the event the item does not sell, we can make arrangements, at your request, with a local charity to have your item picked up and to have a donation slip forwarded to you.
How often do you mail out checks?
Checks are issued on the following month of the sale.
Do you ever have a sale?
Every day! Ask us if we can do better on a price. Not only are markdowns made on dated merchandise, but some consignors are motivated to sell quickly!
Can I take an item home to see how it looks?
Yes, a 24-hour take home service is available on most items. Secure the item with a credit card authorization, and it will be processed as a payment the following day should you decide to keep the item.
Can I consign the bench I bought from you a couple months ago?
If it’s in good condition and still in demand, let’s give it a go!