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18th Century Goods

  • Pewter Jefferson Cup

    A pewter masterpiece of symmetry and unparalleled versatility—at a bargain price. Designed by Thomas Jefferson himself, this plain pewter cup makes an ideal gift. Personalize by engraving a monogram, initial, crest, or sentimental inscription. Perfect to...

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  • Pewter Sugar Bowl

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

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  • Powdered Ink

    Period Virginia Gazette newspaper advertisements show that colored ink was sold in several leading stores in 18th-century Williamsburg. Mix powdered ink with water to produce a rich colored ink for use with quills and other dip pens. Instructions and...

  • Rolling Pin

    The tapered maple rolling pin is especially designed for rolling thin crusts without cutting the dough. 22"L, 2" dia. tapering to 1" at ends. Adds extra fun to baking in the kitchen. Made in the USA. Features Solid MapleTreated with Mineral Oil 22"L x...

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  • Salt Box

    Decorate your kitchen with an antique-inspired object that once symbolized a warm, welcoming home. Hanging salt boxes were prevalent in 18th-century kitchens throughout the colonies and in parts of Europe. They were hung near fireplaces or stoves because...

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  • Signal Whistle

    This stained wood signal whistle with a short rawhide lanyard is patterned after a period design. The American Army first organized companies of Light Infantry in 1775. These highly mobile units were initially made up of riflemen known for their speed...

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  • Small Pewter Revere Bowl

    Mark your next special occasion with a gift that pays tribute to the nation's heritage. Designed in the 18th century by Boston patriot Paul Revere, the Revere bowl has become a staple of American style. Pewter, both imported and American-made, was the...

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  • Small Round Leather Flask

    Used for centuries by everyone from kings to commoners, leather flasks of various forms were used for carrying or storing liquids. This small round flask, handcrafted of safe, vegetable-tanned leather made watertight with canning paraffin, is great for...

  • Small Stoneware Mug

    Enjoy your favorite hot or cold beverages with 18th-century style! An indispensable part of tavern life, stoneware mugs with cobalt blue designs were the usual vessels for beer and ale in the 18th-century. This design was inspired by a salt-glazed...

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  • Thomas Jefferson Sunglasses

    Add a touch of Thomas Jefferson-inspired practicality and fun to your wardrobe with these sunglasses! Choose from adult or child size with blue or green lenses. Features 100% UV protection Adult or child size Williamsburg exclusive! Product...

  • Tumbler Glass

    Made to enhance the fine art of toasting, these beautifully crafted glasses were expertly reproduced by Blenko Glass (a family owned and operated company since 1893) from an original in the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation collections. Glassblowing was...

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