GOLD LEAF is now accepting consignments for pre-owned high-end sunglasses. We take both contemporary and vintage sunglasses (ideally with the original case) from the Accepted Brands list below.
When a consignment item is sold, Gold Leaf takes 25% consignment fees (excluding GST) plus $15 packaging and handling fee.
How it works
1. Send an email to JOY@goldleafnz.com with photos of your sunglasses, the brand, and any other details you may have, such as original RSP. Please note, we only take sunglasses in pristine or near-pristine condition, so do mention any faults the product may have, including signs of wear or defects.
2. Our buying team will let you know via email within 48 hours, if your sunglasses are a good fit for Gold Leaf.
3. The consignment acceptance email will include a consignment agreement, request for your bank details for payment upon sale, and address details for sending your products to our office in Dunedin. Please note that the payment for postage to our office is at the consigners expense.
4. Once we receive your product/s, our listing price will be sent to you via email after the consignment has been processed. Pricing is determined by our proprietary pricing index that features information on over 100 prestige sunglass brands across multiple collections and eras. Once you have agreed to the listing price, and returned your signed consignment agreement to Gold Leaf, the item will be photographed and listed. You will receive a link to your item’s listing on the day that it goes live.
5. When your item sells online you will be notified and paid via direct deposit on the 15th of 30th of the month.
6. If your item is unsold after 60 days, we may email you to discuss a price reduction.
7. If your item is unsold after 90 days, you have the option to request a price decrease or ask for the item to be returned to you.
8. If we receive the product that is deemed inauthentic, it will be returned to sender immediately.
Comme Des Garcons
Dolce and Gabbana
Jean Paul Gaultier
Mugler, particularly 1980s
Pierre Cardin, 1960s, 70s
Pierre Marly 1960s, 70s
Yves Saint Laurent