Furniture & Clocks - Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library

Winterthur's Licensed Furniture & Clock Partners

Courtesy of Andersen & Stauffer

Andersen & Stauffer

Andersen & Stauffer have been making pieces of furniture together since the mid 1980s. Since the inception of the business, they have continually received the honor of being one of Early American Home's 200 Top Craftspeople in America. Each of their Winterthur reproduction tall-case clocks is hand-crafted using the finest materials and illustrates the company’s high level of skill and attention to detail.

Winterthur licensee since 2005.      

Winterthur Design Associates

Courtesy of Currey & Company

Currey & Company

Currey & Company was established in the 1980s as a company focused on historic garden furnishings.  Over the years the product line has grown and today Currey & Company creates chandeliers, lamps, wall sconces, accent furniture and garden accessories. Through imaginative design and skilled craftsmanship, Currey & Company has created wonderful and whimsical interpretations of designs in Winterthur’s collection as well as accurate reproductions of collection objects.

Winterthur licensee since 1995.

To place order for Winterthur Licensed products, call Winterthur Museum Stores at 1.800.448.3883 x4792     

Courtesy of Hickory Chair

Hickory Chair Company            

Hickory Chair began almost 100 years ago in Hickory, North Carolina with a vision to combine the authenticity of classic craftsmanship with the efficiency of modern manufacturing.  In the decades since, their product range has evolved into an assortment of timeless designs, drawn from significant periods and places, and from the talents of respected designers. Their Winterthur Collection, inspired by originals in the museum and library, exemplifies Henry Francis du Pont’s appreciation of style, fine craftsmanship, focus on detail, and admiration of American materials.

Winterthur licensee since 1998.

To place order for Winterthur Licensed Product, call Winterthur Museum Store at 1.800.448.3883 x4709 


Courtesy of Kindel

Kindel Furniture Company

For over 100 years Kindel remains one of the oldest furniture companies in America.  The company has preserved a commitment to traditional styles, and the hand-carving, bench-assembly, and hand-finishing that makes articles of Kindel furniture truly distinctive.  Kindel is licensed by Winterthur to reproduce 'best-of-kind' examples of Queen Anne, Chippendale, Federal and Empire furniture, as the complexities and details of these examples must be executed by a company whose skill and craftsmanship match those of the original artisans.

Winterthur licensee since 1980.

To place order for Winterthur Licensed Products, call Winterthur Museum Store at 1.800.448.3883 x4822    

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