Winterthur is closed to the public January 4 - February 29, and reopens March 1 with a full slate of new exhibitions, house tours, and programs.

New Winterthur Licensed Partners

Courtesy of Rolf Glassware

Rolf Glass

Rolf Glass is a U.S. glass decorating manufacturer, a market leader in quality tabletop giftware and personalized gifts. Rolf Glass is known for unique, original, quirky, designs on high-quality glassware. Each product line puts a distinctive twist on contemporary glass, adding a touch of fun to the table and creating "where'd you find that?" conversation in every Rolf Glass household.  Every piece of Rolf Glass is part of a long, storied history of Western Pennsylvania glassmaking. The location of the manufacturing plant is a symbol of Rolf Glass's dedication to keeping the glass industry thriving in Western Pennsylvania and America. Rolf Glass gifts and tabletop products for Winterthur were inspired by the rich and diverse Winterthur design resources.

Winterthur Licensee since 2010

To place an order for Winterthur Licensed Products, call Winterthur Museum Stores at 1.800.448.3883 x4822.



Courtesy of Scott Potter Designs

Scott Potter

Made in his studio in Portland, Maine, Scott Potter’s handmade decoupage reflects the artist’s eye for the refined and dramatic. Carefully selected prints are interestingly arranged and adorned with gold, platinum, and colored gilding on handmade papers from around the world. Inspired by beautifully colored images from the Winterthur Library, decoupage artist Scott Potter has created an appealing new collection of decoupage decorative accessories. 

Winterthur licensee since 2010.

To place order for Winterthur licensed product, call Winterthur Museum Stores at 1.800.448.3883 x4822       

Courtesy of Connor Homes

Connor Homes

Connor Homes is a manufacturer of custom reproduction Early American Home packages, located in Middlebury Vermont. Since its founding in 1969, Connor homes has earned a national reputation for the design and manufacture of historic American architecture through a process it calls "Mill-Built Architecture." Under exclusive license from Winterthur, Connor Homes’ new line of historically authentic, architecturally detailed homes is inspired by designs in the museum's extensive archives and by architecture presently found on the Winterthur estate.

Winterthur licensee since 2010.

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