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Wall Art

  • Doctor Macaroni Print

    During the 18th century, "macaroni" was the satirical term for men who sported elaborate clothing and continental affectations. Lampooning various occupations and specific styles, these are reproductions of period cartoons. FeaturesReproduction of a Late...

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  • Hotch Potch Alphabet Print

    The entire Hotch Potch alphabet, spelled out in the contortions of 18th-century dancing masters, ready to brighten a wall and possibly help little ones learn their letters. Copied from the original print issued in London in the 1780s. 12"H x 18"W...

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  • Oxford Macaroni Print

    During the 18th century, "macaroni" was the satirical term for men who sported elaborate clothing and continental affectations. Lampooning various occupations and specific styles, these are reproductions of period cartoons. Unframed measure 9" x 6". ...

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  • Vaux Hall Macaroni Print

    Ludicrously fashionable, this young lady wears ballooned ankle-length skirts and a preposterous wig. This print is copied from a late 18th-century English caricature satirizing the excessive Continental fashions and manners of the young moderns of the...

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  • Black Welcome Friends Pineapple Plaque

    Featuring a wonderfully detailed pineapple design interpreted from an antique wallpaper in Colonial Williamsburg's collections. Engineered wood  of Welcome Friends Pineapple Plaque to use indoors or in a protected outdoor area. Made in Dayton, Virginia...

  • 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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  • 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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  • Small Apple Cone Welcome Plaque

    Welcome guests with a Colonial Williamsburg Christmas icon—the grand pineapple-topped apple cone. It shows your hospitality by simply saying "Welcome." Furniture-grade fiberboard plaque, ready to hang indoors or in a protected spot outdoors. Made in USA...

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