Bric-a-Brac product is sometimes referred to as miscellaneous product.
These loads are graded and may include:
- Dishes, other kitchenware, vases, and knickknacks
- Frames, photo albums, and unused paper notebooks
- Porcelain dolls, collectibles, jewelry, and glassware
- Small home décor items, craft kits, and non-electrical decorations
- School and office supplies
- Wooden objects
We do not accept:
- Electronics, cameras, DVDs, CDs, and vinyl records
- Books and large toys over three inches tall
- Puzzles and games, plastics, wicker and baskets
- Cosmetics and liquids
- Loose candles (we accept bagged candles in bulk)
- Excessive quantities of holiday decorations
- Large items like bikes or basketball goals, trash, or any items too large to be lifted or carried by one person
Nothing else should be sorted out of this type of load.
Credential and Recycled
Bank & Vogue buys and sells two grades of bric-a-brac: credential and recycled.
Credential is secondhand bric-a-brac in their original donated bags. These have been sorted only to make the graded product load.
Recycled is secondhand bric-a-brac from thrift stores: product that has been removed from their shelves because it did not sell.
How to Pack Bric-a-brac
Bric-a-brac is typically packed in gaylords or smaller boxes for domestic or export sale. The product must be tightly packed to prevent shifting and breakage during transit.