- I think selling a complete set might be better than selling odd pieces.
- Find a shop that deals in high end items, such as nice antiques. It should have a good assortment of sterling pieces for sale.
- Be reasonable in your pricing. Do your homework before going to the shop.
- Make sure you can remove your sterling from the shop after a reasonable time.
- Polish your sterling!
I probably would not go to a consignment shop to hunt for pieces to fill in an existing set but if I was in the market for a complete set, I might search there.
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