From the Treppe Collection, inspired by The Heurich House, Washington DC.
Built by local craftsmen in 1894 as the home for German immigrant and brewer Christian Heurich, the building was dedicated as a museum in 2003. The original architecture was cutting-edge, and included a fireproof steel & concrete structure, full indoor plumbing, a central vacuum system, and an elevator shaft. The first two floors are fully preserved with original furnishings. The house now functions as a historic museum, providing tours and events to the public.
This collection is also available for purchase directly through the Heurich House Museum located in the Dupont neighborhood of Washington, DC.
- Two layers of lasercut solid maple with protective coating.
- Antiqued brass chain and findings
3 1/2" width, 2" height, 3/16" thick, 15" chain length
All materials are coated with protective finishes to prolong life. Please take care when storing, and remove before showering or swimming.