In short, no.
See, I avoid doing any consignment because (my opinion) there are two major detriments to it (I'm sure there are successful people who are in the consignment business, this is just my opinion):
1.) In consignment, I (the consignee) am dealing with people (consignors) who want me to sell their stuff. But the consignors' perceived value of their items is usually much more than the items' true market value, so I have to spend a lot of time 'talking them down' from their requested selling price (consignors typically have some kind of emotional connection with their goods); and
2.) For most items (that have a selling price of, say, $250 or less), it's only profitable for me (the seller/consignee, who incurs the bulk of the labor, shipping costs, risk of returns/refunds, and Amazon/eBay selling fees) if I take 50% of the selling price (most other consignment experts would agree). That leaves the consignor (the person whose item I am selling) with the other 50%, and that's a tough pill for them to swallow.
Where consignment can be worth the effort is in this example: I agree to sell a large, expensive item (a car, a boat, a motorcycle, a pricey piece of furniture) locally, where I simply place a free craigslist ad/inexpensive eBay classified ad for my customer (the owner of the car/boat/motorcycle/furniture) using my email and my phone number in the ad, and then I pass along the messages from prospective buyers to the item owner). That way I'm not shipping goods or handling payments. I'm simply just creating the ads and coordinating the sale, and I can charge my customer (the person who hired me to sell his/her goods) ~15% of the selling price. This is less time- and capital-intensive for me, but (the main reason why I don't offer this service either) is my customer (who wants me to sell the goods) can say, "hey, I can do that to, I don't need to hire you", and I have to trust my customer to pay me the agreed-upon percentage after the sale.
So that's why I avoid consignment. There's lots of money to be made in retail arbitrage/buying wholesale/buying used products for reselling on eBay/Amazon that takes less effort and less time.