My 95-year-old grandmother wants to sell her large collection of Desert Rose dishware. She lives on the other side of the country, and I am unable to help her. how would you suggest she sell her collection?


There are many ways of selling old dishware, but it may be difficult for a senior woman to haul an extensive collection to a dealer. Due to her advanced age, I would not recommend that she contact someone out of the blue. Perhaps there is a friend or relative, someone that you or she can trust to assist her in finding a local dealer. She can either sell it to a dealer or to a dealer who sells on commission. Of course, if she relies on commission, she will get nothing if no one buys it.

Updated on April 16, 2018

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