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.

Winterthur's Licensed Textile Partners

Courtesy of Andover Fabrics


Andover Fabrics

Andover Fabrics began in 1920 as a small office in downtown Manhattan that sold velvet cloth to the women’s hat trade. Today, Andover Fabrics is run by the grandson of the founder and continues to sell fabric but as an independent company devoted to the quilt trade. Inspired by designs found in the vast textile collection at Winterthur, Andover’s Winterthur Collection offers quilters the opportunity to work creatively with beautiful patterns that reflect the quality and authenticity of the museum’s collection.

Winterthur licensee since 2008.    

Courtesy of Brunschwig & Fils

Brunschwig & Fils

Winterthur's first licensee

Founded over 100 years ago, Brunschwig & Fils, a family-owned company, continues to offer a legacy of design and a history of high-level service, quality, attention to detail and superb craftsmanship. Brunschwig & Fils’ Winterthur line, inspired by designs chosen from Winterthur’s extensive collection of 18th and 19th century textiles, often of the highest quality, offers the ultimate in classic style, quality, and timelessness.

Winterthur licensee since 1971.      

Winterthur Design Associates

Courtesy of Kravet, Inc.

Kravet Fabrics

Founded in 1918, Kravet is a fourth-generation family business offering the widest range of fabrics and furnishings in the home and decorative industry. Finding inspiration in the vast resources of Winterthur’s collection, Kravet’s designers have created a line of quality, traditional fabrics suitable for today’s living environments.  

Winterthur licensee since 1999.    

Winterthur Design Associates

Courtesy of Family Heirloom Weavers

Carpets and Rugs

Family Heir-loom Weavers

One of the last surviving U.S. textile mills, Family Heirloom Weavers is a small, family owned and operated business located near York, Pennsylvania.  Their reproductions based on original designs from the Winterthur collection are created on historic power looms, rigged painstakingly by hand to achieve the most authentic look possible today.   

Winterthur licensee since 2008.

To place order for Winterthur Licensed products, call Winterthur Museum Stores at 1.800.448.3883 x4709    

Courtesy of Trans-Ocean

Trans-Ocean Imports

Founded in 1906 and reorganized as Trans-Ocean in 1921, Trans-Ocean imports a full line of area rugs from Europe, India, and Asia.  Each rug is specifically designed and colored by Trans-Ocean to correlate with the most popular trends in home fashion and design.   Using inspiration found in the Winterthur museum, garden, and library, Trans-Ocean’s Winterthur rugs offer fashion and quality rooted in tradition.    

Winterthur licensee since 2004.

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

Courtesy of Historical Window Treatments

Window Treatments

Historical Window Treatments

Historical Window Treatments, subsidiary of Interior Concepts of Delaware, located in Wilmington, Delaware, has been recreating, adapting, and reproducing the window treatments of times past for over 26 years. As a partner of Winterthur, Historical Window Treatments, is licensed to reproduce the exquisite and timeless window treatments chosen by Henry Francis du Pont for his Delaware home. 

Winterthur licensee since 2009.




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