Shields Tavern 9" Bowl

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$26.00

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  • Based on a Delft Plate found in Colonial Williamsburg
  • Pattern used in Shield’s Tavern, Colonial Williamsburg
  • 9”
  • Made in America
  • WILLIAMSBURG exclusive!
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    Based on a delft plate probably made in London during the 1740s, the design of this Shields Tavern dinnerware service is interpreted from a plate in the Colonial Williamsburg collection which relates to fragments found on the actual site of Shield's Tavern in Williamsburg. This interpretation incorporates unusual design elements such as the manganese purple ground and the blue fish on this Shields Tavern 9" Bowl. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven safe up to 450 degrees. 9"
    Tavernware is based on period delft designs that have been interpreted for modern dinnerware. Plates take the form and shape of delft plates of the period while hollowares, such as teacups and teapots, have been adapted for modern requirements. Tavernware is decorated with elements from eighteenth-century patterns and is used in the taverns operating today in the Historic Area of Williamsburg.
    Dishwasher and microwave safe
    Oven safe up to 450 degrees.

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    Shields Tavern dinnerware

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    I love my bowls and have ordered the dinner plates. I was surprised about how heavy and thick they are. I like that. James Shields was my 5th great Grandfather, so these dishes are like having a family heirloom.

    Shields dinnerware

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    I received my bowls and I love them. I was surprised at how heavy and thick they are. I like that. I have ordered the dinner plates also. The dishes are like a family heirloom to me as James Shields was my 5th great Grandfather.