Consignment and Thrift Store for Charity
98 Old Ridgefield Road, Wilton CT
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The Turnover Shop of Wilton

Thrift Shop with Bargains, Charity and Friends

Looking to see if your consigned items sold?  Just click on Consignment Sales.  No login needed, as sales are listed frequently by date, account and tag number.

Open Monday through Friday from 10 AM to 4 PM and Saturday from 10 AM to 1 PM.
Consignments taken Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:00 to 11:15.

Click here for a list of items we cannot accept.


The Turnover Shop is closed when Wilton public schools are closed due to inclement weather.

The Turnover Shop of Wilton is a fun thrift shop in the heart of Wilton. Our primary mission is raising funds to support education and health services in Wilton. Proceeds are donated to the Wilton Parent Teacher Association and to Visiting Nurse and Hospice of Fairfield County. We welcome donations, consignments and volunteers.

Greetings from the President

Best wishes to all our friends and customers for a wonderful holiday and a New Year of peace and joy.

We are open throughout the next weeks, except for Christmas Day and New Year’s Day, and new merchandise arrives daily.

So…if you don’t receive what you wanted beneath the Christmas tree, come visit us. We may have it! The Turnover Shop is an award-winning community organization, pledged to support agencies that serve the health and education needs of Wilton and our surrounding towns. Throughout nearly seventy five years of operation, hundreds of volunteers have contributed their efforts towards making The Turnover a success, and thousands of satisfied customers have validated their hard work.

All the best,

Sharon Sobel

Photos:  Inside the Shop

Summer 2011 photos

Fall 2010 photos

Summer 2010 photos

Furniture from Turnover Shop of Wilton pictured in New York Times:
Click here for full article.
Click here for photo of armchair and here for photo of sofa from the Turnover Shop
featured by the New York Times article.


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