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2018 Tin Shop Jefferson Cup

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∙Pewter
∙One side engraved with Tinsmith working
∙Other side engraved with "Colonial Williamsburg 2018"
∙Lead-free
∙Food safe
∙WILLIAMSBURG exclusive!
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Welcome the New Year with our newest addition to our yearly "Trades" cup series of the 2018 Tin Shop Jefferson Cup. Soldiers valued tinware for its durability, low cost, and light weight. To supply the army during the Revolution, Virginia's government established a tin shop for the Tinsmith to produce kettles, cups, plates, and other items. Engraved on-site in the Colonial Williamsburg engraving shop, this pewter cup bears on the front the image of a tin smith working, and on the back an inscription of Colonial Williamsburg 2018. 3 1/8" dia.. 8 oz
Operating between 1778-1780 Williamsburg's Tinshop had a military vocation as part of its Armoury supplying tinware for Virginia's Army and Navy.  Soldiers valued tinware for its durability, low cost, and light weight. To supply the army during the Revolution, Virginia's government established a tin shop for the Tinsmiths to produce kettles, cups, plates, and other items. The only documented Tin Shop in Williamsburg, reconstructed in 2013.
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