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Consignment Info


 

For Artists:

What kind of art/creations are we looking for? Andee’s is an amalgamation of different styles, ideas, and people that's hard to define. We seek the weird and wonderful, the unusual, odd, and eccentric, so if any of these describe your creations, take our short questionnaire.

What’s the consignment rate? The consignment split for artists/creators is 25/75 in store, and 35/65 online sales. Right now, the majority of our sales are made in store. We ask our artists/creators to submit info about their pieces before/upon bringing them to the store to track our inventory. If you don’t want to complete the inventory form yourself, the rate increases to 40/60 for in store sales, and 50/50 for online sales. If you’d like to opt out of online sales, the rate increases to 40/60.

Why is the rate higher for opting out? The rates are adjusted to account for the extra time our employee(s) spend maintaining a separate inventory for an individual. Taking measurements, pictures, and adding each item to the system takes time. All consignors have the option to volunteer their time and skills, which lowers the monthly rate.

Is there a contract? Yes. Our artists/creators sign a Consignment Agreement, which outlines the terms of selling at Andee’s. New consignors will sign on for 30 days, sort of as a trial period. If both parties want to move forward after the initial 30 days, you’ll have the option to sign for another 90 days, and so on.

What information is needed for new inventory? We need: the item’s name, description, the categories it’ll be sorted into (options provided), dimensions & weight, price*, and quantity. We provide a separate form for pictures, which isn’t required, but helps us tremendously. We require dimensions for our online store to calculate shipping costs. We maintain an organized, digital inventory to decrease the common consignment shop pitfall of missing commissions and, thus, money for consignors.

What is your price range? This varies since we have “thrift” items alongside artwork and handcrafted furniture. You set your price, and if we think it needs adjusting, we’ll let you know.

Who is responsible for package fulfillment? We package and ship all online purchases, and if anything is damaged in transit, we foot the bill.

Can you offer custom work at Andee’s? Yes! Custom work is covered under our Independent Contractor Agreement. We let customers know you’re available for commissions, and we act as the middleman. We charge a processing/materials fee, but artists/creators set their own price for their services, which isn’t subject to our commission rates. If you require a deposit for materials, we’ll charge the customer and pass it on to you.

How often will you get paid? Our checks are sent out directly from the bank the first week of each month. We post a sales report the first week of the month for the previous month’s sales, which is accessible through the Artist Portal.

How do you become a part of the madness? Take our questionnaire. If you have a website or social page with work examples, there’s a place to link it on the questionnaire. There isn’t a spot to upload pictures yet, so send them to info@and33s.com, or 321-300-4083 with your name. If we think you’d make a good fit, we’ll contact you with the next steps.

For Curators/Consignors:

What are we looking for? We're primarily interested in weird, wonderful, unique curated pieces that range from furniture to home decor to clothing and more. Retro, vintage, and antique pieces are also right up our alley.

What's the consignment rate? The rate for curators & consignors is 30/70 in store, and 40/60 for online sales. Right now, most of our sales are made in store. Like our artists and creators, we ask our curators/consignors to submit their new inventory through our premade form. If you don't want to submit your own inventory, the rate increases to 45% in store, and 55% online. If you want to opt out of online sales, the rate increases to 40%.

Why is the rate higher for opting out? The rates are adjusted to account for the extra time our employee(s) spend maintaining a separate inventory for an individual. Taking measurements, pictures, and adding each item to the system takes time. All consignors have the option to volunteer their time and skills, which lowers the monthly rate.

Is there a contract? Yes. The Consignment Agreement outlines the terms of selling at Andee’s. New consignors will sign on for 30 days, sort of as a trial period. If both parties want to move forward after the initial 30 days, you’ll have the option to sign for another 90 days, and so on.

What information is needed for new inventory? We need the item’s name, description, the categories it’ll be sorted into (options provided), dimensions & weight, price*, and quantity. We provide a separate form for pictures, which isn’t required, but helps us tremendously. We require dimensions for our online store to calculate shipping costs. We maintain an organized, digital inventory to decrease the common consignment shop pitfall of missing commissions and, thus, money for consignors.

What is our price range? This varies since we have “thrift” items alongside artwork and handcrafted furniture. You set your price, and if we think it needs adjusted we’ll let you know.

Who is responsible for package fulfillment? We package and ship all online purchases, and if anything is damaged in transit, we foot the bill.

How often will you get paid? Our checks are sent directly through the bank the first week of each month. We post a sales report the first week of the month for the previous month’s sales, which is accessible through the Artist Portal.

How do you become a part of the madness? Take our questionnaire. There isn’t a spot to upload pictures yet, so please send them to info@and33s.com, or 321-300-4083 with your name. If we think your pieces would make a good fit, we’ll contact you and go from there!

 

Don’t see your question? Contact us at info@and33s.com, or give us a call during business hours.