High Quality Items For a Fraction of the Cost
Pedigree is always stocked with a hand-selected, ever-changing inventory of fine and unique furniture, home accessories, handbags, artwork, antiques and fine jewelry. Many items are from top manufacturers at a fraction of the original retail cost. For your convenience, Pedigree is open 6 days a week. Check our current inventory on Craigslist . . . just enter “Pedigree” in the search bar!!
We carry many of the brands you love…
- Louis Vuitton
- Pottery Barn
Pedigree Pays the Consigner
Fifty Percent of the Net Sale Price
Make money on items you no longer want. Net proceeds from the sale of consigned items are split equally between Pedigree and the Cosigner. Also, since UCAN is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, consigners receive a tax deduction for the amount kept by Pedigree. There is never a fee to open an account. Consignments are accepted 7 days a week for your convenience. Contact us to discuss furniture pickup options.
All Proceeds From Donated Items
Support UCAN Spay & Neuter Clinic
Donating items you no longer want or need is an easy way to help save the lives of homeless cats and dogs in Greater Cincinnati!
Donated merchandise is always greatly appreciated because 100% of the sales proceeds directly support UCAN’s low-cost spay/neuter clinic. Donations are accepted every day during business hours. Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Pedigree will provide an itemized list of all donated items for your tax record.
UCAN’s mission is to provide high-quality, low-cost spay/neuter services to decrease the number of dogs and cats unnecessarily put to death in Greater Cincinnati shelters every year. Please visit ucancincinnati.org for more information about this wonderful organization.
Pedigree is my go-to consignment shop. I love their mission and I feel like I’m making a difference every time I make a purchase!
The people at Pedigree were SO helpful after my grandfather passed away. Not only did I make extra money off of some unwanted furniture, but everything went to a great cause.