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Art & Collectibles

Colonial Williamsburg is an endless source of inspiration for our artists and artisans. Choose from Byers' Choice carolers, hand-painted Vaillancourt figurines, laser-cut replica buildings, and prints based on historic ephemera and Colonial Williamsburg scenes.

  • Byers' Choice Woman with Goose and Fan

    Carrying a goose, book and fan, this lady caroler is on her way home from the town market. Dressed in a bonnet and a layered dress of green, brown and white, makes a darling addition to any home's Byers' Choice collection of figurines. 13"H...

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  • Byers' Choice Woman with Pineapples

    This green-clad colonial woman figurine carries a basket of pineapples, presumably after a successful trip to Market Square. Made in Pennsylvania, each Byers' Choice® figure is lovingly hand-detailed and dressed in period-inspired clothing. A wonderful...

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  • Christian Ulbricht Shepard Nutcracker

    With a hook in one hand and a sheep in the other, this green-clad Christian Ulbricht Shepard nutcracker brings tidings of comfort and joy. 10"H x 5"W x 3 1/2"D. Wood. Made in Germany. Features Christian Ulbricht collectible 10"H x 5"W x 3 1/2"D Made...

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  • Courthouse Replica Lighted Building

    An important part of colonial life, the courthouse is where all legal matters and sentencing took place. Handmade in Virginia! With a bulb inserted in the hole on the bottom of the building, the inside is lighted to reveal details of the building's...

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  • Flat-Back Wythe House

    The grand brick mansion of distinguished juror and law professor George Wythe is one of Williamsburg's most impressive homes. Prints of finely detailed original paintings are laminated to 3/4" wood and laser cut to produce our collection of Colonial...

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  • George Washington Bobblehead

    Guaranteed to bring a smile, this bobblehead figure celebrates the legacy of our nation builders. A native of Virginia, George Washington spent much time in Williamsburg. In 1759, the then 27-year-old Washington took a seat in the House of Burgesses in...

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  • Large Gold Time Sculpture

    The Gold Finish Time Sculpture celebrates the artistry and creativity of the clock making tradesmen, bringing to life the sculptural clock hands that adorn special time pieces in the Colonial Williamsburg archives. Iron with gold metal finish...

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  • Map of New England

    Entitled "Bowles's New Pocket Map of the Most Inhabited Part of New England," this highly detailed map was originally published in London by Carington Bowles circa 1775. Showing county and township divisions in each of the New England colonies, and...

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  • Map of New France

    In 1719 when this map was printed, France and England were vying to dominate the American continent. (As it turned out, neither would succeed.) Drawn by French cartographer Henri Chatelain and engraved by Nicolas de Fer, this fascinating map was used...

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  • Miniature George Washington Bronze Sculpture

    This meticulously detailed miniature bronze sculpture resin bust of George Washington is based on original sculptures by Jean-Antoine Houdon and John Quincy Adams Ward. George Washington played one of the most critical roles in the struggle for American...

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  • Miniature White George Washington Sculpture

    This meticulously detailed miniature resin bust sculpture of George Washington is based on original sculptures by Jean-Antoine Houdon and John Quincy Adams Ward. George Washington played one of the most critical roles in the struggle for American freedom...

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  • Pillory Replica

    One of everyone's favorite photo stops in the Historic Area, the pillory was once used for punishing and shaming criminals in the 18th century. Handmade in Virginia! Made from cabinet grade birch. Comes with a string to be hung as an ornament. Decorate...

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  • Shields Tavern Framed Giclee Print

    Reproduced from an original watercolor by Williamsburg artist Marcia Long, this beautiful giclée print offers the opportunity to bring your favorite memories of the Historic Area into your home. In the early 1740s, James Shields assumed...

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