Treppe Necklace [Heurich House]
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.