Nicole Arm Chair

Winterthur Estate


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By 1951 Henry Francis du Pont had transformed his home into Winterthur Museum. At the same time, he began to build a world-class library, one that today contains more than 500,000 resources related to the decorative arts. Carefully preserved in the library’s rare book collection is a volume entitled Fashionable Furniture: A Collection of Three Hundred and Fifty Original Designs Representing Cabinetwork, Upholstery, and Decoration, published in London in 1881. Hickory Chair artists were inspired by the illustration of a chair with Asian influence. Coupled with the design of an early 19th-century New England chair with curved arm supports, the result is an elegant, modern dining arm and side chair. Dark Walnut is the standard finish. Optional Espresso finish shown.



  • 38"h x 24.5"w x 25.75"d
  • 97cm h x 62cm w x 65cm d
Inner Seat Area: (Seat x Width x Depth)
  • 17.25"h x 19.75"w x 19.5"d
  • 44cm h x 50cm w x 50cm d
Seat Height:
  • 20.75" h \ 53cm h
Arm Height:
  • 25.5" h \ 65cm h

Standard Features

  • Dark Walnut