Historic Area Buildings Kitchen Towels
Eight of Colonial Williamsburg's historic area buildings are uniquely captured on this set of two kitchen towels: Governor's Palace, Raleigh Tavern, Capitol, Bruton Parish Church, Wetherburn's Tavern, Magazine and guardhouse, Wythe House and Peyton Randolph House. Designed for everyday use and crafted of pure cotton, these lovely Historic Area-inspired towels will add a touch of Williamsburg to your kitchen. Makes a great gift for friends, too!
- Cream and colonial slate blue colors
- Kitchen towel with 8 Colonial Williamsburg historic area buildings
- Set of 2
- 100% cotton
- 16 1/4"W x 25 1/4"L
- WILLIAMSBURG by India Overseas Traders, Inc.
Machine wash and dry.
When Virginia's General Assembly created Williamsburg in 1699, it ordered that its main street "in honor of his Highness William Duke of Gloucester shall for ever hereafter be called and knowne by the Name of Duke of Gloucester Street." When President Franklin Roosevelt visited 235 years later to dedicate Duke of Gloucester Street's reconstruction, he said it "rightly can be called the most historic avenue in all America."
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