Governor's Palace Porcelain Ornament
One of the Historic Area's most iconic images is meticulously captured on this elegant porcelain ornament. A perfect reminder of your time in Williamsburg, this ornament features the Governor's Palace beautifully decorated for Christmas. The home of English colonial governors as well as Governors Patrick Henry and Thomas Jefferson of the Commonwealth of Virginia, this magnificent mansion is one of Colonial Williamsburg's best-loved buildings. This oval ornament with a hand-painted gold edge will easily become a family keepsake.
White, blue, brown, green
Oval ornament featuring the Governor's Palace
Hand-painted gold edge
At the time of its completion in 1722, the residence of Virginia's royal governor was considered one of the finest such buildings in British America. It was home to seven royal governors and the first two governors of the Commonwealth of Virginia, Patrick Henry and Thomas Jefferson.