Governor's Palace Etched Gold Ornament
This Governor's Palace Etched Gold Ornament is a gold-plated brass ornament featuring a scene from the front of the Governor's Palace in Colonial Williamsburg. The ornament comes ready for gifting on a card with space inside to add your personal greeting and historical details on the back.
- Gold-plated brass
- 2 3/4"L x 3"W
- Includes story card
- WILLIAMSBURG exclusive!
Dust with dry cloth.
At the time of its completion in 1722, the Governor's Palace was considered the finest such building in British America. Elegant, imposing, and rigidly symmetrical in its design, the palace served as the residence and official headquarters of seven royal governors and the first two governors of the Commonwealth of Virginia, Patrick Henry and Thomas Jefferson.
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I love the ornament, I have a special Gold metal tree that is all Colonial Williamsburg Gold Filigee Ornaments. It is displayed on my formal dining room table.