A.R.T. Furniture Coronado End Table
The serpentine ends of the tabletop add a soft elegance to the piece. For special aesthetic appeal, a decorative Serigraph silk screen technique forms a graceful pattern on the top. Round turned legs add a sturdy feel to the softer curves of the table's edges. Other features include one storage drawer and a fixed shelf.In 1540, the legendary Franciso Vasquez de Coronado left Mexico and lead an expedition in search of gold in the southwestern United States and Northern Texas. Today, the Coronado name represents a beautiful combination of styles, infusing Spanish flair with Old World traditions. Pieces are characterized by dramatic, eye-catching features such as intricate metalwork, decorative 'Serigraph' silkscreen treatments, and the sweeping curves of scroll legs and serpentine ends. Surround yourself with the elegant essence and 'refined rustic' appeal of Old World traditions that is embodied by the Coronado.