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  • Ship at Full Sail Pillow

    A striking vessel in full sail, exquisitely hand-stitched in pure-wool needlepoint. It's based on a painting of a United States Navy frigate, circa 1815, found in Colonial Williamsburg's folk art collection.  Features Pillow 16" X...

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  • Black Tavern Check Rug

    Our 100% cotton black tavern check rug has a cozy cottage feel. Its neutral black and beige stripes are designed with an overlap effect, which creates a nice checked pattern. Eighteenth-century striped and checked textiles from the collections of The...

  • Catesby Crab Pillow

    Generously sized and guaranteed not to pinch the person who sits against it! The feisty land crab on our needlepoint throw pillow comes from naturalist Mark Catesby's The Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands, written and...

    $150.00
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  • Blue Teapot Kitchen Towels

    Tea for two? Or two dozen? Any collector of teapots knows you can't have enough of this favorite symbol of domestic contentment. How ironic that in 1776 the teapot was the emblem of America's protest against Great Britain, when Parliament imposed a tea...

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  • The Keeper's Keys

    "A place for everything, and everything in its place." Benjamin Franklin, Poor Richard's Almanack. In the 18th century, keys were made in many shapes and sizes. Small ones were used for boxes and dresser drawers, large ones for the box locks found on...

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  • Raleigh Tavern Lantern

    Inspired by a lantern in the front hall of the Raleigh Tavern, where patriots gathered to discuss the ideas and events that led to the American Revolution. Crossbars protect glass panes, while the pierced top provides ventilation. For use indoors or out...

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  • Merlot Kingston Rug

    The simple design of this Merlot Kingston rug is inspired by 18th-century woven floor coverings in the Colonial Williamsburg archives. Rag rugs provided warm and decorative floor coverings for early settlers. Handmade using strips of wool, cotton or...

  • Magnolia Scalloped Creamer

    Enjoy the timeless beauty of the magnolia with this elegant scalloped creamer accenting your table. Magnolia trees grow throughout Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Area, enchanting visitors today just as they enchanted the first colonists hundreds of...

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  • Hero and Rebel Double Old-Fashioned Glasses

    Pay tribute to our founding fathers with this set of four different Hero and Rebel double old-fashioned glasses. Ideal for the politico in your family, liberal or conservative alike, each glass features a different etched personality trait essential to...

    $75.00
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  • Royal Shell Stainless Flatware

    Who doesn't like to be reminded of the beach? Simple, elegant, and perfectly balanced, this 18/10 stainless steel Royal Shell Stainless Flatware interpretation of our Shell sterling is equally perfect with china or earthenware. Much easier to maintain...

  • Bassett Hall Punch Bowl

    This stunning porcelain bowl recalls the glory days of Chinese export. Decorated inside with a stylized rope and spearheaded border and outside with lushly painted berries and peonies, it makes a grand display on a sideboard or foyer table. Fill it with...

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  • Verse Dish Carpe Diem

    Carpe Diem meaning "Sieze the Day," not a bad thought to meditate upon as you scoop up change or keys or put on your rings. This porcelain Carpe Diem verse dish (the perfect size for your dresser top or foyer table) is decorated in underglaze blue,...

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  • Levingston Spoon Rest Dish

    This scalloped spoon rest dish was adapted from a delightful and rare blue and white delftware dish for small sweets. The original was made in London about 1669, as inscribed. Use it as a spoon rest, or serve lemons for tea with a historical twist. ...

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  • Levingston Pitcher

    About the time of the American Revolution, both Britons and American colonists served the famed Nottingham ale—or water—from a handsome jug like this. Given water quality at the time, ale was the safer choice! Use this beautiful pitcher to...

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  • Levingston Mixing Bowls

    Decorative details adorning the Levingston mixing bowls include a leaf motif from a commemorative plate as well as stippling and a tone-on-tone checkerboard pattern inspired by shards in the Colonial Williamsburg archives. The raised leaf motif on the...

    $89.00
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  • Black Townscape Toile Towels

    Whether Colonial Williamsburg is your favorite vacation destination or the site of your next getaway, these towels are a fun way to show your love for Virginia's colonial capitol. Made of 100% cotton, these soft and absorbent kitchen towels provide a...

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  • "Old Stitch" Kitchen Towels

    This pure cotton towel features a beer logo familiar to many Historic Area visitors. Old Stitch is an Old English brown Ale crafted from an 18th century recipe for Colonial Williamsburg taverns by Williamsburg AleWorks. In the 18th century, patriots...

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