Dressed in her finest winter velvet, this colonial caroler holds a festive holiday fruit wreath. Her red velvet gown and cloak are trimmed with white and green, and a holly leaf accents her hood. The wreath she carries represents the handmade natural decorations that adorn Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Area throughout the holiday season.
Perhaps this Byers' Choice® woman is on her way to the Christmas service at Bruton Parish Church. Early Virginians celebrated the season with food, fellowship and song. In the company of family and friends, they sang popular English carols and hymns, including some we would recognize today, such as "Hark the Herald Angels Sing," "Coventry Carol," and "Joy to the World."
Made in Pennsylvania, each Byers' Choice® figure is lovingly hand-detailed and dressed in period-inspired clothing. A wonderful Colonial Williamsburg memento! (For decorative use only; not meant to be used as a doll or toy.)
- Dressed in period attire
- Holds holiday fruit wreath
- Made in the USA
- WILLIAMSBURG by Byers' Choice® Ltd.
The Christmas holidays in Williamsburg have always been a merry season of celebration. Delectable meals, candlelight concerts, dances, warm hospitality ,and good fellowship are hallmarks of the season. Lush arrangements of fruits and greenery, inspired by 18th-century traditions, give a festive touch to the shops, taverns, and homes.