This charming blue and white pattern, incorporating a squirrel with grapevine, is based on fragments of a delft plate discovered in Williamsburg. This Christiana Campbell's Tavern dinnerware is a variation of a familiar Chinese pattern, indicating the fascination with Oriental motifs in England and the colonies during the eighteenth century.
Please note that all items in this collection are sold individually, including the teacup saucer.
- Dinner Plate - 9 3/4" dia.
- Bread and butter - 6 3/8" dia.
- Rimmed soup bowl - 9" dia.
- Rimmed soup bowl - 7" dia.
- Teacup - 7 1/2 oz.
- Teacup Saucer
- Luncheon Platter - 11 1/2" x 8 1/4"
- Teapot - 18 1/2 oz.
- Cream Jug - 5 1/4 oz.
- Bouillon - 7 1/2 oz.
- Based on Fragments of a Delft Plate found in Colonial Williamsburg
- Pattern used in Christiana Campbell’s Tavern, Colonial Williamsburg
- Made in America
- WILLIAMSBURG exclusive
Dishwasher and microwave safe, oven safe up to 450 degrees
Tavernware is based on period delft designs that have been interpreted for modern dinnerware. Plates take the form and shape of delft plates of the period while hollowares, such as teacups and teapots, have been adapted for modern requirements. Tavernware is decorated with elements from eighteenth-century patterns and is used in the taverns operating today in the Historic Area of Williamsburg.