Colonial Williamsburg Crest Tote
This stylish, sustainable and ever-so-handy tote is a wonderful catchall for running errands, carrying groceries and more. Made of cotton and jute, this fine weave tote features the crest seen at the Governor's Palace in Colonial Williamsburg, as well as the living museum's logo on the sides. 14"L X 4"W X 12"D.
You can find the royal coat of arms featured prominently and beautifully in spaces throughout the Governor's Palace. Governors who lived in the original palace included: Alexander Spotswood Hugh Drysdale William Gooch Robert Dinwiddie Francis Fauquier Norborne Berkeley, Baron de Botetourt John Murray, fourth Earl of Dunmore Patrick Henry Thomas Jefferson