The Ian Drummond Collection Inc. is always looking to add to our rental stock for film, television and commercial work.
Collections such as this are built over time. It can happen piece by piece or the purchase of entire estates.
Ian shops vintage and antique shows, auctions, estates and referrals. He works with home organizers – please consider him if you are downsizing.
To get started, feel free to give us a call or please email email@example.com with your contact information and a description of the items you’re offering.
What is helpful:
Simply put is fine: 5 coats, 7 dresses, 3 sweaters, from 1930s-1960s, 20 fashion magazines from the 1950s,
Waist size in inches is the most helpful measurement for women’s clothing; Chest size and inseam for men. Shoe sizes are also helpful.
If pictures can be provided, they’re helpful. Even a quick snap of the clothing hanging in the closet is useful information for us.
Ian will still need to view the items in person. We will do our best to get in touch with you as soon as possible, and if there’s interest, will make arrangements to meet to examine the items and discuss their sale.
Ian prefers to purchase items outright – we do not operate on a consignment basis.
The collection is comprised of 20th century men’s’ women’s and children’s wardrobe items, from underwear to outerwear. It includes accessories such as hats, shoes, purses, jewelry, gloves – really, any accoutrements that can be worn or carried, or that can dress a closet. Surprisingly, those broken-down coveralls in the garage or grandma’s faded housedress can be just as desirable as party dresses and office wear.
Not every item needs to be pristine – we outfit “characters” as well, or have samples of certain items available for patterns or for set decoration. Beyond wardrobe items, Ian has a penchant for fine vintage heirloom linens and textiles, beautiful hatboxes, and vintage sewing notions and patterns.
You’re invited to present us with anything you think might fall under our umbrella. Our buying needs vary depending on what is filming; what needs replacing; what’s currently stylish etc.
Our sources are often surprised by what is of interest to us. So, try us. As Ian often says, “I need to see everything. Let me decide.”