Every day in the Historic Area, guests surrender to the urge and fall in behind the passing scarlet-coated Colonial Williamsburg Fifes and Drums to parade up the Duke of Gloucester Street on the thump of its rope-bound drums and the airs of its high-pitched wooden flutes.
Prints of finely detailed original paintings are laminated to 3/4" wood and laser cut to produce our collection of Colonial Williamsburg "flat-back" scenes and buildings. Decorative over doors and windows, on shelves or bookcases, each is hand-finished in Virginia, and protected from ultraviolet rays with a water-resistant coating.
- Colonial Williamsburg Marching Fifes & Drums
- 2 1/2" H x 6 1/4" W x 3/4" D
- Wood Base
- Laminated Print Surface
- Laser Cut Design
- UV Protection and Water-Resistant
- Made in USA
In the 18th century, fifes and drums served as signal instruments for the infantry, relaying the commander's orders to soldiers in camp and on the field of battle. The steady rhythm and spirited tunes of the fifers and drummers kept the soldier's mind off the tedious march.