A six-drawer Broyhill Sculptra dresser. I'd be hard pressed to find room for another Sculptra dresser in our place, but I could find it if the price was right. And from the photos online, this one looked in pretty good shape.
The price must have really been right because by the time I got to the estate sale, someone else had already bought it and hauled it away. Suspiciously, a Broyhill Sculptra dresser was for sale on Austin's craigslist this weekend — could be a coincidence, could be someone made a quick buck.
They also had some really interesting silver items, but they were a bit too rich for my blood.
On the way home I hit another estate sale. They had plenty of interesting smalls with great graphics.
While I didn't pick up any of those items, I did buy a E Weck & Son Sextoblade Style B replaceable straight razor.
Ever since my mom gave me my grandfather's vintage shave brush, I've been looking for a ivory colored vintage straight razor to match. And this was the first time I saw one that wasn't going to cost me a pretty penny for something that is going to be used more for display than actual shaving. An added bonus is that I can take out the razors so there's no chance of little hands (that are learning to reach tall shelves) hurting themselves.