Today's example: Henry Link's Bali Hai bedroom furniture.
|Here's some right here.|
So as you might have heard, Wonder Woman and I have opened a thrift store. Today (Monday) was our first day of operation. It was a successful day, and we sold the nice dark wood bedroom furniture we had on display. Then it was time to restock. Guess we'll have to put out that crappy yellow stuff we bought at that estate sale.
Short side-note. We went to an estate sale on its final day about half an hour to closing time. We made a deal for the entire remaining contents of this house for a ridiculously low dollar figure. It included the bedroom we sold today, this Henry Link Bali Hai set, an American by Martinsville dresser and matching nightstand, and a huge gob of other stuff. Love estate sales at closing time. Anyway back to the other story.
So we drag the yellow stuff out of storage, set it up, and I look through the drawers to see if I can find a name. Henry Link and Bali Hai pop out at me. It means nothing. I get home. I'm in bed with the computer on my lap researching Henry Link and what a wonderful surprise. People love this stuff and it seems that it is somewhat scarce. Hooray for me.
Here are the pictures. Anybody out there got any Bali Hai stories to share?
|A three drawer chest with hutch.|
|The four drawer chest on the left isn't Bali Hai. Anybody recognize those knobs?|
|King size headboard and two nightstands.|
|The desk and chair that they painted white and had in their living room.|
|Extra wide dresser and two mirrors.|
We'll be right back with . . . more stuff.