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18th Century Goods

  • Medium Stoneware Mug, 16oz.

    Enjoy your favorite hot or cold beverages with 18th-century style! An indispensable part of tavern life, stoneware mugs with cobalt blue designs were the usual vessels for beer and ale in the 18th-century. This design was inspired by a salt-glazed...

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  • Tavern Tea Glass

    This custom-made glassware is a reproduction of an 18th-century tavern glass in the Colonial Williamsburg collections. Sip an ale or two as colonists would in the convivial King's Arms Tavern!  Features 5 3/4"H x 3 1/2" dia12 oz.Hand-blown...

    $18.00
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  • WILLIAMSBURG Garden Guest Soaps

    Charming packaging matched only by the delightful scent of the six different all-natural soaps they encase Garden Violet, Fresh Lemon, Hydrangea, Spring Garden, Dogwood Blossom, and Magnolia. These fine, all-natural soaps are inspired by the spring...

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  • Colonial Williamsburg Reproduction Fabric - Serpentine Vine on Natural 100% Cotton Fabric

    Serpentine Vine on Natural Fabric

    Serpentine Vine on Natural Fabric is reproduced from antique fabric in the Colonial Williamsburg collections, this vine design in neutral colors offers lots of possibilities. Pictorial embroideries made during the reigns of Elizabeth I and James I were...

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  • Quill Pen

    A goose feather quill pen and powdered ink were the basic writing instruments in the 18th century. Our quill pens from the finest quality bleached white goose pointers. The nib may be re-sharpened and re-shaped as often as necessary. Features Hardened...

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  • Small Stoneware Mug

    Enjoy your favorite hot or cold beverages with 18th-century style! An indispensable part of tavern life, stoneware mugs with cobalt blue designs were the usual vessels for beer and ale in the 18th-century. This design was inspired by a salt-glazed...

    $35.00
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  • Powdered Ink

    Period Virginia Gazette newspaper advertisements show that colored ink was sold in several leading stores in 18th-century Williamsburg. Mix powdered ink with water to produce a rich colored ink for use with quills and other dip pens. Instructions and...

  • Aesop's Fable Cards

    Our reproduction 18th Century playing cards feature Aesop's Fables. Printed on uncoated heavy stock. There is an embossed tax stamp surrounding the package to replicate how they were originally sold. Based on a deck printed by I. Kirk ca 1759...

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  • Cloche Bell Jar

    Protect fragile display pieces, centerpieces, plants, even show-stopping food presentations, with these cloche bell jars. Coveted in the 18th century as individual greenhouses for tender plants, these beautiful mouth-blown glass domes make beautiful...

  • Sarah Coke Candlestick

    Nothing illuminates  an entire room like candlelight. Graceful classics crafted with exceptional quality from solid brass. A gift for yourself, for someone with fine taste, these traditional brass candlesticks bespeak proportion and craftsmanship...

    $219.00
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  • Battledore Pamphlet

    Help children learn their ABCs and 123s - the 18th century way! This reproduction battledore is printed for the historic shops in Colonial Williamsburg. Contains reproduction illustrations to aid memory. Made in USA. A Williamsburg exclusive!

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  • Pewter Jefferson Cup

    A pewter masterpiece of symmetry and unparalleled versatility —at a bargain price. Designed by Thomas Jefferson himself, this plain pewter cup makes an ideal gift. Personalize by engraving a monogram, initial, crest, or sentimental inscription. Perfect...

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  • Scalloped Burled Mahogany Tray

    Standing out from your typical plain rectangular tray, this serving tray has a graceful scalloped round shape and hand-carved edge. Handsome enough to enjoy even when sitting empty, our burled mahogany tray is sturdy for transporting drinks and nibbles,...

    $135.00
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  • Colonial Williamsburg Reproduction Fabric - Trails and Leaves 100% Cotton Fabric

    Trails and Leaves Fabric

    Trails and Leaves Fabric features blue and red stripes intertwined with flowers, leaves and vines. It is a reproduction of an antique textile in the Colonial Williamsburg collections. 100% cotton. Sold by the yard. *Fabric is...

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  • Colonial Williamsburg Reproduction Fabric - Cascading Floral Stripe 100% Cotton Fabric - Product

    Cascading Floral Stripe Fabric

    Cascading Floral Stripe Fabric is a reproduction of a French woodblock-printed textile circa 1775-1800. This fabric is composed of red, white and brown, the pattern alternates between florals and diamond stripes.100% cotton. Sold by the yard. *Fabric is...

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  • Signal Whistle

    This stained wood signal whistle with a short rawhide lanyard is patterned after a period design. The American Army first organized companies of Light Infantry in 1775. These highly mobile units were initially made up of riflemen known for their speed...

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  • Spirit of '76 Drum

    This beautiful Spirit of '76 children's drum masterfully re-creates the drum style of the American Revolution. The high-quality wooden drum replica features bright, vibrant patriotic colors and crisp drum sound. Unlike most toy drums on the market, this...

    $29.95
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  • Acorn Tea Caddy Spoon

    This pewter acorn tea caddy spoon is a reproduction of an actual heirloom in Colonial Williamsburg's collections. Tea caddy spoons were popular in the 1700s, when tea was more expensive, and were used for measuring tea leaves. Handcrafted in the USA by...

    $20.00
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