In 1540 the legendary Francisco Vasquez de Coronado left Mexico and led an expedition in search of gold into what is now the southwestern United States and Northern Texas. Today the Coronado name represents the flair of Spanish style infused with Old World traditions. The Coronado collection has a “refined rustic” appeal—with rugged, Old World-style veneers complementing regal, architectural lines. Design Inspiration was drawn from such diverse countries as Spain, Italy, France and Mexico. Dramatic, eye-catching features—such as intricate Spanish Colonial metalwork and scroll legs accentuate a primarily traditional, classically styled group that is at home in a variety of settings.This product can only be purchased in sets of 2
Collection FeaturesRustic walnut veneers provide a casual yet elegant appeal.All tops have a lumber planked, lay-up look, complete with random seam separations which add to the casual, antique character of the collection.The cases have character marks such as worm hole distressing, and rasping to give an antiqued elegance to the designMetal accents on many of the pieces evoke Spanish Colonial style, while Flemish and French Provincial influences also distinguish the collection.Decorative “Serigraph” silkscreen treatment adds visual interest to numerous pieces.Subtle serpentine ends show up throughout the collection, adding curvature and balance to the pieces’ more formal, clean lines.Bolection molding is a common feature in the drawer fronts.