The Presidio Collection represents a simplified Victorian style reminiscent of the Territorial West. By the time the railroad arrived in Tucson in 1881, the adobe walls of the old presidio had begun to come down. In a scenario repeated in towns throughout the West, Victorian ornamentation arrived from the East. Local furniture makers would emulate the new styles, but the lack of technology would mandate a simplified version. We appreciate the clean lines that were a result of these constraints and our Presidio Collection is reflective of that appreciation.

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