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Vintage goodness in Leawood neighborhood (LR)

  • Estate Sale

  • The address for this sale in Little Rock, AR 72205 will no longer be shown since it has already ended.
May 18
9am to 3pm
May 19
9am to 3pm
May 20
9am to 3pm

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Payment: Credit Cards; “Mobile Wallets” such as Apple, Android & Samsung Pay; Cash; Business Checks; WE NO LONGER ACCEPT PERSONAL CHECKS.
We almost always open early - by as much as 20 min.s
Discounts this week: Thursday - full price, Friday - 20% off, Saturday - 50% off .
We also take written offers on any item
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Basically everything is vintage or retro and in wonderful condition.  There are some newer things too, so be sure to come see what’s there!


small Duncan-Phyfe style buffet, mid-century modern tall chest of drawers & dresser, several night stands & end tables, side chairs, writing desk, 4-drawer metal file cabinet, 3 headboards & mattress sets - twin, full & king sized; various chests of drawers & dressers - including a nice high-boy, computer desk with printer cart, cute white wicker vanity stool, long buffet cabinet, dining table & 6 chairs, “bamboo” frame shelf unit with 3 glass shelves, small cabinets, brown leather recliner, pair of camel-back sofas, side chairs, antique tall linen cabinet/wardrobe, entertainment cabinet, pair of tall-backed red velour chairs, coffee tables, pair of lime-green velour chairs, mid-century modern glass-front china cabinet, wood tea cart, square kitchen table with leaves and 6 chairs, long retro sofa, iron patio furniture, round glass-top outdoor dining table & 4 chairs, and more!

Home Decor:
framed art - some original paintings, long runner rug, lots of lamps - including stained-glass & a gorgeous slag-glass lamp; several great mirrors - most are gold-framed; small amount of art pottery & art glass objects.

Clear glass, vintage serving pieces, china - Franciscan, Cuthbertsons Christmas Tree with red rim, Adams, some lusterware, barware, silver plated flatware, Corning, Pyrex, Club, cast iron, sterling candelabra and collector’s spoon from University of Montana, and more!!

Framed collection of Tennessee & Arkansas fishing license pins/buttons, small amount of jewelry, daisy pellet gun, framed Asian silk needlework, vintage floral frogs, vintage Christmas decor, antique hay scythe with attached rack to catch clippings, upright piano by Starck, antique Singer sewing machine in table, mink wrap, books, LPs, poker chips & games, luggage - some is vintage, linens, women’s vintage clothing, shoes, gloves, hats & some really great purses/bags; small coin collection, University of GA items (’50’s), pots & planters, garden tools, PK Outdoor Kitchen grill, walkers, wheel chair, a few kid’s toys, small assortment of hand tools, and much more!!

Can't wait to see you at our sale. Setup was 357.

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