"I've always been an entrepreneur," said former Rep. Mark Foley of his new business venture -- a consignment shop -- that he opened five weeks ago along a strip of highway in West Palm Beach, Fla.
Foley told FoxNews.com that he opened his West Palm Beach store, seen above, "to redevelop the area's real estate and bring a new vibe to the area." About 30 to 40 customers browse the merchandise every day, he said -- mostly women.
Silver frames, costing $100 a piece, are seen on display through the shop's front window.
A marble console, costing $900, and a silk gold chair, priced at $595. The two gold wall sconces cost $190 for the pair.
A marble chest top with a mirror, selling for $1,200, and antique bone china teacups going for $80 apiece.
A camel chandelier priced at $2,000.
A marble wrought-iron coffee table selling for $600.
An old print selling for $500.
A pinewood custom wall unit selling for $5,000.
A silk elephant painting, selling for $675, and a "pine country" French chest of drawers, costing $1,200.
A pair of "classic twin beds," costing $2,400 for the set.
Four years after resigning from Congress amid a scandal involving former House pages, former Florida Republican Rep. Mark Foley is hawking second-hand items and valuables from a Florida storefront -- including items that once adorned his home in Washington, D.C. Have a look at some of the highly coveted items on sale.