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Named after the Aztec goddess of life and death, this striking cabinet is more than six feet tall and handcrafted from solid white oak.


Coatlicue was a two-headed serpent, representing both life and death in Aztec culture. Designed by one of the strongest creative voices in Mexico today, this distinctive work in white oak is the latest addition to our custom items. These exquisite pieces of furniture are available on a limited, made-to-order basis. 

Our design partner, Andres, makes thought-provoking sideboards, consoles, cabinets, and tables – but his pieces are not mere furniture. When you add a piece from his collection, it will become the most intriguing focal point in the room. 

Four 40 cm / 15.75" deep shelves inside. 

  • MEASUREMENTS: 90 W x 40 Depth x 185 cm H / 35 x 16 x 73"
  • WEIGHT: 80 kg
  • MATERIALS: Made of solid oakwood 
  • ORIGIN: Handcrafted in México
  • SHIPPING: This product does not qualify for free shipping
Product Care

Gently remove dust and debris with a clean microfiber cloth. If necessary, lightly dampen the cloth with water, but do not saturate. Use a dry cloth to remove any excess water. Do not use chemicals or cleaning tools on any surface. 

Shipping + Returns

This item does not qualify for free shipping or local pick up. All furniture is produced as custom made-to-order pieces. The production time needed prior to shipping is generally 12-16 weeks but may vary.

A flat rate standard shipping fee will be applied to your order during checkout*  Shipments may be organized directly from the artisan when the custom work is completed. Please contact us for further inquiries.

All made-to-order pieces are final sale.

*Shipping outside North America will be quoted on a case by case basis. 

Meet the Artisan


Andrés Gutiérrez

A little bit of avant-garde and a lot of technical prowess. That’s the best way to describe our new furniture designer/artisan from Mexico City. These distinctive furniture pieces in white oak are the latest addition to our custom items and are available on a limited, made-to-order basis.

His furniture is named after Mesoamerican gods and goddesses and their stories are part of the design. Through these stories, Andre’s work evokes emotion – but at the same time, it is tactile and highly memorable. One thing is certain. Once you have seen one of his pieces, you will never forget them.

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