Colonial Williamsburg King's Arms Tavern Trivet
This display glass trivet bears the insignia of the King's Arms Tavern and the phrase "Good Eating," inspired by the décor of the eponymous historic tavern in Colonial Williamsburg.
- Made of porcelain with cork backing
- Measures 6” X 6”
- Wipe with damp cloth
- Williamsburg Exclusive
- Made in China
Wipe with damp cloth. Not tempered for hot or cold. For display only.
After Jane Vobe opened the King's Arms Tavern in 1772, it became one of the town's most genteel establishments. She once described it as a place "where the best people resorted." From the finest furnishings to the most gracious service, the King's Arms Tavern today offers musical entertainment in an elegant environment. Enter the rustic reproduction tavern and be greeted by a server dressed in the fashion of the 18th century. Hear "the news of the day" from a citizen of Williamsburg.
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I love Colonial Williamsburg and have a collection of souvenirs to look at when I can’t be there in person. I especially like items that are useful as well as being beautiful, and this trivet definitely fits that description. Every time I use it on my table it brings back fond memories of the wonderful meals I’ve had at the King’s Arms over the years!