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Question Title What are the Furniture & Lighting Lane requirements?
In addition to the Common Requirements, we require Furniture & Lighting items, i.e. those that begin with the word Furniture & Lighting in the category string, to meet these quality standards:
  • Items must be of high quality, authentic and not reproductions.

Additional requirements for Furniture & Lighting: Antiques subcategory:
  • Furniture & Lighting: subcategory Antique items must be 100 years old or older.
  • If any marks indicating maker, manufacturer, country of origin, and/or precious metal content are present, the marks must be shown and be clearly readable in at least one photo.
  • Minimum sale price for any Furniture & Lighting: subcategory Antique item is $100 USD.

Additional requirements for Furniture & Lighting: Vintage subcategory:
  • Minimum sale price for any Furniture & Lighting: Vintage subcategory item is $50 USD.
  • Furniture & Lighting: Vintage subcategory items not yet 20 years old can qualify to be listed only if these conditions are met:
    • The specific item is referenced in a printed price guide book or recognized online price guide, and
    • the name of the price guide in which the item was found and the year the item was made are both provided within the listing.

Specifically excluded from being listed in Furniture & Lighting Lane: Vintage subcategory are:
  • Items purchased or available for retail purchase in the past year
  • Items handcrafted within the last 20 years, even if the materials are old

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Created: 2013-08-23 1:16 PM
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