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The method shaving area at Enchante of Austin TX
Photo courtesy of Mike Sandoval

Welcome to EnchanteOnline, the Web site for Enchante, our retail store in Austin, Texas.

We're a family-owned and operated company with more than 20 years' experience serving customers in Austin and 6 years on the Internet.

Enchante and EOL specialize in method shaving goods and toiletries, fine fragrances for men and women, and skin care products.

In January, Enchante moved to downtown Austin. We're now located on the ground floor of One American Center on Congress at 6th.

It's exciting to be in the heart of Austin's eclectic culture and Texas history and politics. If you're planning a visit, please take advantage of the links below to plan your trip.

We care very much that your experience with us is a pleasant one and are here to help you Monday - Friday 10 - 6, and Saturdays 11 - 4 (starting September 11, 2010). (One American Center is closed Sundays.) Please call us at 1-888-220-2927 or send us a message.

Thank you for coming,

Jean and Charles Roberts, Owners
Enchante of Austin, Texas and EnchanteOnline
One American Center
600 Congress Ave, Suite G210
Austin, TX 78701


Coming to Austin?
Sites to see before your trip:

Austin360.com
Austin City Limits/PBS
AustinMama.com
Austin Visitors' Bureau
Downtown Austin Alliance
The Hotel Driskill, historic downtown landmark
The Harry Ransom Center for Humanities
   Research at UT.



State Capitol viewed from the University of Texas

Angelina Eberly fires her cannon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


You'll know you've found us on Congress Ave. when you see the bronze sculpture of Angelina Eberly on the sidewalk out front of One American Center.

We are right on the spot where Mrs. Eberly, in 1842, fired a cannon over the heads of two of Sam Houston's emissaries as they tried to high-tail it to Houston with the state archives in the back of their wagons. Gov. Houston claimed it was to protect the documents during the war with Mexico, but in truth he hadn't cared for Austin as the state capitol and wanted it re-located.

Mrs. Eberly and other stalwart citizens of Austin would have none of it and chased the men down, snatched the archives back, and held onto them until 1850, when Austin officially became capitol of the Republic of Texas.

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