Three Coins Cast celebrates 25th anniversary with best-selling design
September 4, 2013,
Three Coins Cast's best-selling collection is its Windsor line, which reinterprets the classic Windsor chair in cast aluminum rather than the traditional wood.
Three Coins Cast's Windsor chair reinterprets a traditional wooden Windsor style in 100% recycled cast aluminum. "People have gone crazy over the Windsors," said Susanna Powell, second-generation owner of Three Coins Cast. "It's a classic design with a modern twist, and it's a great way to start our second quarter century in the furniture business."
"The Windsor Collection has become so popular, we keep adding to the line," Powell said. "The design is unique to us, and with the addition of a settee and two sizes of tables, the options are really fun." This summer, the company produced a bar height and a counter height version of the Windsor chairs.
With Powell at the helm since 2006, Three Coins Cast has streamlined production, adopted green manufacturing practices and joined the Sustainable Furnishings Council. The furniture is built for longevity from solid aluminum, and all pieces are fully welded, prepped, painted and hand finished in Newnan, Ga. Twenty-three finishes are available, and Three Coins makes custom colors by request.
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