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What A Find! Where our consignors become customers, our customers become consignors.....and we all become FRIENDS

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Hours: Wed, Thurs, Sat. 10 - 5:00

Fri. 11 - 5:00 Sun. 1 - 4, Closed Mondays and Tuesdays

Phone 508-997-0166

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We are always looking for great consignments!! Perhaps you have furniture and decor that no longer fits your lifestyle!! We'll find someone who'll say "this is just what I've been looking for!

We require that items are in good to excellent condition, clean and ready to put on the showroom floor, from a pet & smoke free home. We begin the process by first looking at photos to access whether we feel the pieces are something we can sell. Photos may be brought in for viewing or may be emailed to

After you've emailed the photos, please call to confirm. Leave your name and phone number.


You've Found us!!!

We are located at

154 Huttleston Ave. (U.S. Rt.6)

Fairhaven, MA 02719

Phone 508-997-0166


our store :-)

Call or email us with any questions.

Our email address is:


Christian book corner

When you are in our store, we encourage you to visit our Christian book corner where all the books are for the taking. If you wish to make a small donation for books taken, all proceeds are donated to local organizations.


Amy's Heart of Love Millefiore pendant

Also available at What A Find! is a very special line of jewelry we call Amy's Heart of Love. This project is in memory our our daughter Amy Lynn who passed from leukemia in 1999. Proceeds from the sale of the jewerly benefits The Tomorrow Fund of Hasbro Children's Hospital in Providence, Rhode Island

NOTE: Currently the only jewelry piece available is the large heart pendant .


God Is Always Moving Toward Us -- by Bart Leach

Copies of God Is Always Moving Toward Us, a book of Sermons and Prayers by the Rev. Barton B. Leach are available at What A Find! All proceeds benefit the Barton Leach Memorial Scholarship Fund. Donation of $10.00 is accepted. Bart was a stand-out Fairhaven High School athlete.The school gymnasium was named and dedicated to his honor in December 2007.

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