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18th Century Goods

  • Brass Alphabet Letter Sealer - Product

    Brass Alphabet Letter Seal

    Whether it be Christmas cards, invitations or holiday packages, stamp your favorite wax initial with this Brass Alphabet Letter Seal to add your signature look. Choose letters from A to Z. 1"H x 1/2"dia. Features Brass stampInitials from A - Z1"H x...

  • Long Peel

    Like its colonial counterparts, this flat hardwood utensil is useful in the kitchen for removing baked goods from a hot oven. Made in USA. 12" L x 4 ½” W.FeaturesKiln-Dried Hard MapleMade with 17 Different Hand Processes and Final Polishing Treated with...

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  • Mini Jefferson Cups and Punchbowl Set

    A tribute to American heritage in miniature, this adorable set pays homage to the plain pewter cup designed by Thomas Jefferson in the 18th century. Pewter, both imported and American-made, was the most popular tableware throughout the 1700s. This...

    $55.00
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  • Pineapple Design Engraved Jefferson Cup

    Designed by Thomas Jefferson himself, this simple pewter cup is engraved with a lovely pineapple design. The pineapple motif appears on many antiques in the Colonial Williamsburg collections, chased onto silver serving pieces, carved into furniture, or...

    $49.00
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  • Shield Bowl Tea Caddy Spoon

    Cast from fine non-tarnishing, no-lead pewter, this shield-shaped tea caddy spoon features a prick engraved shield with checkerboard engraving. It is a reproduction of a piece in the Colonial Williamsburg collections. Use it to scoop loose tea leaves out...

    $20.00
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  • Small Pewter Revere Bowl

    Mark your next special occasion with a gift that pays tribute to the nation's heritage. Designed in the 18th century by Boston patriot Paul Revere, the Revere bowl has become a staple of American style. Pewter, both imported and American-made, was the...

    $82.00
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  • Small Round Leather Flask | The Shops at Colonial Williamsburg

    Small Round Leather Flask

    Used for centuries by everyone from kings to commoners, leather flasks of various forms were used for carrying or storing liquids. This small round flask, handcrafted of safe, vegetable-tanned leather made watertight with canning paraffin, is great for...

  • Bassett Hall Punch Bowl

    This stunning porcelain bowl recalls the glory days of Chinese export. Decorated inside with a stylized rope and spearheaded border and outside with lushly painted berries and peonies, it makes a grand display on a sideboard or foyer table. Fill it with...

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  • Creamware Pierced Teapot with Lid

    With textural exuberance tempered by quiet color, creamware has created memorable table settings for centuries. This Creamware Pierced Teapot with Lid, like many of the antique examples in Colonial Williamsburg's collections, are made in Leeds, England...

    $188.00
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  • Creamware Shell Dish

    Creamware, highly fashionable in the mid-18th century, remains so in the early 21st. This creamware shell dish—perfect for candy, soap or condiments— reflects the natural emphasis of rococo period design. Hand Made in England through Hartley Greens & Co...

    $58.00
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  • Duke of Gloucester Pitcher | The Shops at Colonial Williamsburg

    Duke of Gloucester Pitcher

    About 1770, the Duke of Gloucester, William Henry, commissioned a dinner service that reflected his passionate interest in the natural world. The resulting pattern is an impressive manifestation of rococo style, complete with 19 exuberant colors, 22...

    $445.00
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  • Reproduction Octagonal Pewter Pepper Box

    Stately and sleek, this sophisticated pepper shaker was reproduced from an antique pepper box in the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation collections. Spices were costly in the 18th century and spice accessories like this reproduction octagonal pewter pepper...

    $85.00
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  • Reproduction Pewter Salt Trencher

    This simple and elegant reproduction pewter salt trencher was reproduced from an antique in the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation collections. Spices were costly in the 18th century and spice accessories like this would convey the status of its owner...

    $59.00
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  • Scalloped Seashell Tea Caddy Spoon

    This pewter scalloped seashell 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...

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  • Short Peel

    Like its colonial counterparts, this flat hardwood utensil is useful in the kitchen for removing baked goods from a hot oven. Made in USA. 8"L x 3" WFeatures Kiln-Dried Hard Maple Made with 17 Different Hand Processes and Final Polishing Treated...

    $22.00
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  • Spice Cabinet

    This handsome mahogany cabinet could work in the kitchen to store dried herbs and spices, or it could hold jewelry, papers, or keys. Records indicate that colonial Americans used small locking cabinets such as these for more than just spices, though the...

    $395.00
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