Cervantes Barstool

In Madrid’s famed Barrio de Las Letras, in one of the city’s oldest bars, Cervantes might have chosen such a barstool while writing his masterpiece, Don Quixote.  Distressed and mottled to look like the oldest of antiques, this sturdy piece is built to last for centuries to come. Dramatic rows of oversized nail heads gleam against dark leather and highlight the unique arches beneath the seat. A charmingly irregular hand-carved bottom rung provides a bit of rustic flair and offers a perfect place to rest your boots. Designed by Robert Seliger. Hand-crafted in the U.S.A.