Governor's Palace in Snow Ornament
This whimsical replica of the Governor’s Palace in Colonial Williamsburg features a snow-covered ground, evergreen trees, wreath-covered windows and a sparkling roof. In front is a golden horse-drawn carriage and fifer on one side, and a drummer on the other. A beautiful sight to see, especially in wintertime, the Governor’s Palace blown glass ornament makes a wonderful memento of Colonial Williamsburg for the holiday season. 6”H.
Home to seven royal governors and the first two elected governors in Virginia, the Palace was meant to project British authority and wealth. From the large display of period swords and guns to the elegant décor and grand ballroom, the Palace was built to impress.