Josefina’s Table & Chairs
In Josefina's time, families didn't sit at a table to eat. Even when guests arrive at Josefina's house for dinner, her family serves food from the table and sits on chairs around the room like the ones in this set:
- A solid wood table and two chairs are built with mortise-and-tenon joints, the traditional woodworking style of Josefina's time
- The table has a pullout compartment for storing valuables
- Intricately carved cornstalk detailing is a traditional New Mexican motif
- Cannot be gift wrapped.
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