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18th Century Goods

  • Brass Alphabet Letter Sealer - Product

    Brass Alphabet Letter Seal

    Whether it be Christmas cards, invitations or holiday packages, stamp your favorite wax initial with this Brass Alphabet Letter Seal to add your signature look. Choose letters from A to Z. 1"H x 1/2"dia. Features Brass stampInitials from A - Z1"H x...

  • Copper Hammered Strainer

    Featuring a copper straining surface with a beautiful gold handle, this strainer will add a hint of antique glint to your kitchen. 13"L x 4 3/4"W. Features Copper and gold 14"L x 4 3/4"W Product Care Hand wash. Use mineral oil as needed. Do not soak...

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  • Cream Jug Creamware

    This creamware jug is part of the breakfast set given by Josiah Wedgwood to Queen Charlotte who was so smitten with the delectable china that she allowed him to call it Queensware. The intertwined handle is delicately shaped by hand. The perfect...

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  • Creamware Pierced Teapot with Lid

    With textural exuberance tempered by quiet color, creamware has created memorable table settings for centuries. This Creamware Pierced Teapot with Lid, like many of the antique examples in Colonial Williamsburg's collections, are made in Leeds, England...

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  • Creamware Shell Dish

    Creamware, highly fashionable in the mid-18th century, remains so in the early 21st. This creamware shell dish—perfect for candy, soap or condiments— reflects the natural emphasis of rococo period design. Hand Made in England through Hartley Greens & Co...

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  • Creamware Sugar Bowl

    Present this elegant creamware covered sugar bowl on your serving tray or table with a matching creamware cream jug and teapot for an exquisite set. Creamware, highly fashionable in the mid-18th century, remains so in the early 21st. 4"W, 2 1/2" D   Hand...

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  • Creamware Wine Coaster

    Mr. Jefferson was passionate about wine. He had a cellar full of European vintages and an experimental vineyard. Probably a few wine coasters, too. This wine coaster in creamware, coordinates with all kinds of dinnerware. With textural exuberance...

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  • Cross-Stitch Pincushion Kit

    This motif is adapted from a sampler embroidered in 1779 by Jane Stead, a student at England's Ackworth School for underprivileged Quaker children. The needlework designs created there were distinct from those on other samplers of the period. Bold Roman...

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  • Delft Heart Inkwell

    This romantic piece is reproduced from a French faience inkwell, circa 1800. Makes a wonderful gift for writiers, or a sweet piece to add to your décor. Features Reproduction of circa 1800 French Faience Inkwell Tin Glaze Earthenware 1 7/8”H x 2...

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  • Grain Scoop

    In the 18th-century, utilitarian objects were often very well designed. With its elegantly curved handle, this hand-carved hardwood grain scoop is as pleasurable to look at as it is to use.  Features Kiln-Dried Hard Maple Made with 17 Different...

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  • Jaw Harp

    Played since the Middle Ages, this form of mouth harp was especially popular in Scotland, where dancers stepped a jig to its lively, twanging note. The harp is capable of producing only a single note, but players can vary the instrument's tone by...

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  • Large Geddy Lantern

    The antique on which the Geddy Lantern is based was made in England in the late 18th century. Instead of glass panes, the original features thin sheets of translucent horn. Some think the term lantern may derive from the word "lant-horn" since horn panes...

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  • Leather Bottle

    Used for centuries by everyone from kings to commoners, leather bottles of various forms were used for carrying or storing liquids. This one, handcrafted of safe, vegetable-tanned leather made watertight with "Brewer's Pitch" is great for drinking...

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  • Longton Creamware Charger

    Add a beautiful touch with this plate that features the "delightful rococo forms" and crisp strawberry leaf design which Longton Hall, the first porcelain factory in Staffordshire, England , produced between 1754 and 1757. Goes beautifully under a place...

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  • Lord Dunmore Tea Table

    Lord Dunmore Tea Table

    This is a custom made-to-order item. Contact our expert furniture team to start your project. The Lord Dunmore Tea Table is a curator-approved furniture reproduction of an 18th-century antique owned by the Virginia royal Governor himself. The original is...

  • Medium Pierced Creamware Vase

    The 18th Century answer to English passion for Chinese porcelains, creamware is found throughout our collections. Hand Made in England through Hartley Greens & Co. Leeds Pottery, established 1781. This pierced creamware vase has a classic shape with lacy...

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  • Pewter Coffee Pot

    Elegant pewter coffee pot with rosewood handles is an adaptation of an eighteenth-century original attributed to the London shop of Samuel Ellis. Slightly larger than the original.Perhaps more than any other custom of the times, the storing, brewing and...

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  • Pewter Cream Pitcher

    Based on an antique circa (1740 - 1780), this cream pitcher has been reproduced. Based on the cream pot design with pad feet, flared rim and double-scroll legs and handle. Add this pewter cream pitcher with the sugar bowl to complete your coffee or tea...

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