Marguerite Dresser

Winterthur Estate


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By 1951 du Pont had transformed his home into the Winterthur Museum. At the same time, he began to build a world-class library, one that today contains more than 500,000 resources relating to the decorative arts. Carefully preserved in the collection of rare books is a furniture pattern book from a series published by R. Ackermann in 1823. The volume includes 44 colored engravings of Fashionable Furniture.

Hickory Chair Company’s artists have adapted a 19th-century image from Ackermann’s series in the creation of this dresser. The result is a piece of furniture that is certain to become an important part of today’s living environments that emphasize unparalleled quality and beauty.Six regular drawers and two "Hidden" push-latch top drawers with felt lined compartments standard. Ebony Bronze hardware standard. Dark Walnut is the standard finish. Optional finishes available as 6467-70. Optional Truffle finish shown.Also available with Customer's Own Hardware®.



  • 60" w x 20" d x 35.25" h
  • 152cm w x 51cm d x 90cm h

Standard Features

  • Dark Walnut