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Colonial Williamsburg Places

We know you love everything about Colonial Williamsburg! Here you will find merchandise inspired by our most iconic places, including the Governor's Palace, the Capitol Building, historic taverns, trade shops, and the lovely gardens throughout the historic area.  

  • Capitol Charm

    Colonial Williamsburg's elegant brick Capitol building is a reconstruction of the original, completed in 1705. One wing housed the General Court and the Council Chamber, the other the House of Burgesses and committee rooms. Handmade in the USA...

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  • Dunmore Coach 3D Ornament

    Evocative of the horse-drawn conveyances that transported the royal governors of Virginia, this handsome 3-dimensional coach ornament is crafted of solid brass with a 18K gold wash finish. Expensive and elegant, an 18th-century town coach bespoke money,...

    $30.00
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  • Flat-Back Capitol

    The majestic H-shaped Capitol building housed Virginia's General Court and House of Burgesses and anchors the east end of Duke of Gloucester Street. Prints of finely detailed original paintings by Marlene Whiting are laminated to 3/4" wood and laser cut...

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  • Flowers and Herbs of Early America

    Rediscover our American botanical heritage with this chronicle of the history and cultivation of 56 species of colonial flowers and herbs. Researched and written by master gardener Lawrence Griffith, curator of plants for The Colonial Williamsburg...

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  • Hammerman In Williamsburg DVD

    Part 5 of The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Archive Series: The Trades of Colonial Williamsburg In this realistic 1973 dramatization of life in colonial Virginia, our master blacksmith explains why the "hammerman" was one of the most vital...

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  • Black Dragon Hinged Cuff Bracelet - environment

    Black Dragon Hinged Cuff Bracelet

    This trendy sterling silver Black Dragon cuff bracelet is inspired by a ca. 1740 fireplace fender from England in the Colonial Williamsburg collection. Featuring a regal dragon in sterling silver, this hinged cuff is a statement piece she'll love...

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  • Capitol Wooden Ornament

    Scaled for your tree, this wooden Capitol ornament captures the distinct charm of this historic Williamsburg building. When the capital moved to Richmond in 1780, the vacant brick mansion was put to use by American forces as a hospital following the...

    $16.00
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  • Flat-Back R. Charlton's Coffeehouse

    Located just a few steps from the colonial Capitol, the R. Charlton's Coffeehouse's location, made it a popular stop for Williamsburg elite. Gentlemen and politicians sat around tables with steaming cups of coffee and chocolate to make deals and...

    $20.00
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  • The Colonial Naturalist DVD

    Part 3 of The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Archive Series: Colonial Life through a Lens. Filmed in 1965, this docudrama highlights Mark Catesby's first visit to the colonies, where the self-trained naturalist spent time observing his natural...

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  • Silversmith Of Williamsburg DVD

    Part 6 of The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Archive Series: The Trades of Colonial Williamsburg The colonial silversmith produced items both functional and beautiful. In this 1971 docudrama, silver scraps are transformed into a magnificent new...

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  • Sterling Silver Market House Bell Charm

    This sterling silver charm features a dangle bell charm. Charms were popular in the 18th century, and this contemporary version celebrates the new Market House bell. Traditionally, bells rang out in the colonial marketplace to signal the opening and...

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  • Burgundy Flower Enamel Drop Earrings | The Shops at Colonial Williamsburg

    Burgundy Flower Enamel Drop Earrings

    Add a pop of color to your look with these Burgundy Flower Enamel Drop Earrings. Featuring an enamel flower against a burgundy background encased in a yellow gold-colored border, this unique set was inspired by the carpeting at the Colonial Williamsburg...

    $99.00
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  • Governor's Palace Counted Cross Stitch Kit

    The imposing residence of seven royal governors and the first two governors of the Commonwealth of Virginia-Patrick Henry and Thomas Jefferson-was reconstructed on its original foundations in the 1930s. This Governor's Palace Counted Cross Stitch Kit...

    $24.00
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  • Salt-Glazed Stoneware in Early America - Cover

    Salt-Glazed Stoneware in Early America

    Stoneware was ubiquitous in colonial and early American homes. In the first comprehensive book on the topic, Colonial Williamsburg curators Janine E. Skerry and Suzanne Findlen Hood chronicle the traditions of stoneware imported from England and Germany...

    $75.00
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  • The Cabinetmaker DVD

    Part 11 of The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Archive Series: The Trades of Colonial Williamsburg The Cabinetmaker Crafting a Card Table Antique furniture produced in 18th-century Williamsburg serves as patterns for work produced today in...

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