Luxury items come with luxury prices, but — like all of our other materials — we price the high-end furniture, lighting, and appliances in the Community Forklift eBay store at below market value. Because proceeds from the sale of these items benefit our nonprofit reuse warehouse and help us divert usable materials from the landfill while providing free and low-cost essentials to the community, it’s a win-win situation. You can help the planet and your community, while getting some beautiful pieces for less than new.
Check out a selection of high-end items below or visit our eBay store to see everything that’s currently available! The Community Forklift eBay store has hundreds of modern and vintage items from vintage sinks and modern plumbing parts to vintage tools and modern housewares. Shipping and free in-store pickup for items are available; see the individual listings for details!
This luxurious Neoclassical Revival style bench has a richly carved wood frame, scrolled arms, and beautiful cream and gold textured upholstery. Specializing in custom made furniture collections that bring together luxury and practicality, Edward Ferrell — now known as Ferrell Mittman — has been serving the design community for almost 60 years. For more information, visit the Community Forklift eBay store.
This pair of Southwood Georgian style armchairs features beautiful pale olive and gold tapestry brocade upholstery with domed brass button nail trim. The intricately carved arms and legs are finished in a vibrant cherry. Based in Hickory, North Carolina, Southwood is a furniture studio making quality reproductions of timeless furniture styles. For more information, visit the Community Forklift eBay store.
These mahogany drop leaf tables feature an inlaid patera design, tapered front legs, and a single bow front drawer with brass pull hardware. The James River Collection is inspired by 18th century Virginian antiques. The Hickory Chair Co has made quality custom furniture by hand in their American workshop since 1911. For more information, visit the Community Forklift eBay store.
This pair of sconces includes a left-hand and right-hand version of the design. The whimsical, curly frame has an elegant silver finish and the shades are New Oyster White cotton with matching silver trim. The John-Richard collections include distinctive furniture, artisan-crafted accessories, unique lighting, mirrors, and more. For more information, visit the Community Forklift eBay store.
These brilliant 1-light sconces from the Winter Palace collection feature lead crystals, steel construction, and a warm antiqued silver finish. Fine Art Handcrafted Lighting is a world-renowned lighting company that has been hand-creating unique lighting designs for over 80 years. For more information, visit the Community Forklift eBay store.
The Flashwood Pendant is a warm, sleek modernist ceiling fixture designed by Studio Egg and produced by the Italian lighting studio Masiero. The fixture has a dynamic, crystalline form made of natural oak, with each arm tipped in matte methacrylate. Each of the 12 arms ends in an energy-efficient LED light that is diffused through frosted borosilicate. Masiero is an internationally-known lighting studio based in Italy with over forty years of experience producing high-end decorative lighting items. For more information, visit the Community Forklift eBay store.
This Sub-Zero Refrigerator features Walnut veneer paneling, antique brass handles, removable door shelves, and drawers with moveable dividers for maximum organization. Sub-Zero is recognized as one of the experts in refrigeration and cooking in homes worldwide. Founded as the Sub-Zero Freezer Company in 1945, the company has established a reputation for quality and innovation. For more information, visit the Community Forklift eBay store.
Every time you donate or shop at Community Forklift, you’re helping us lift up local communities through reuse. We turn the construction waste stream into a resource stream for communities in the DC region – by keeping perfectly good items out of the landfill, preserving historical materials, providing low-cost building supplies, and creating local green jobs.