Houston Junior Forum Resale Shop offers unique items
Savvy collectors of fine household items, antiques, and decorative accessories plan frequent trips to the shop in the Heights, where a treasure trove of rare items are located. Houston Junior Forum Resale Shop, an establishment owned and operated by the non-profit women’s service organization, the Houston Junior Forum, is a place where shoppers often find that perfect piece for their homes.
“I found beautiful additions for my Lladro and Baccarat collections on the same day in early June,” Paula H., a satisfied customer of the store from Houston, said.
Those who value the beauty associated with Madame Alexander, Lladro, Wedgwood, Limoges, Waterford, Baccarat, Gorham, and Dresden look forward to discovering treasures within the store.
New merchandise arrives daily, and shoppers seeking the lasting quality of Baker, Councill, Ethan Allen, Ralph Lauren Home, LaBarge, Mid-Century furniture, and American and European antiques often find pieces that they can add to their collections.
“Our stock is ever changing and sells fast,” HJF Volunteer Shop Manager, Brenda Arcache, said. “With people relocating and downsizing, we often receive a lifetime of collections from an estate or from those selling a home, ranch, or beach house.”
Every first Saturday of the month, every item in the store is discounted by 10 percent. Additionally, shoppers 62 years of age and above receive a 10 percent discount every Wednesday.
The shop can arrange for free pick-up for donated items, such as furniture and household items. Consignment pick up requires a nominal fee based on the size of the truck and the number of staff required.
For more information on Houston Junior Forum Resale Shop merchandise, donation and consignment policies, call 713-868-6970, view the website at houstonjuniorforum.org, or visit the shop at 1815 Rutland St., 77008 in Houston.
About the Houston Junior Forum
The Houston Junior Forum is a non-profit women’s service organization founded in 1946. The organization is open to women age 20 and older with a strong desire to help others in the Houston community and currently has more than 380 members. To date, the HJF has provided more than one million hours of community service and nearly $10,000,000 in financial support through its facilities and volunteer service programs. The organization’s endowment exceeds $1,000,000 and assists in fulfilling its charitable purposes.
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