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WILLIAMSBURG TEA CADDIES

These beautiful mahogany tea caddies were made by hand and are reproductions of English antiques dating to 1760 in the Colonial Williamsburg Collection.


AP102 OBLONG TEA CADDY has three compartments with removable partitions. Height 6″; Length 10″; Depth 6″.
AP101 OCTAGONAL TEA CADDY is foil lined and made of more than 25 parts. Height 4 3/4″; Diameter 6 1/4″.

AP120 WILLIAMSBURG GALLERY SERVING TRAY

This beautiful reproduction of an English antique serving tray, circa 1770, is made of mahogany and features pierced and mitered rim with carved hand holes. Perfect for a variety of uses, this tray can be used to serve drinks, hold two CW6 decanters as shown or as an "in and out" box at a desk. Over the years, this tray has been made by a number of Colonial Williamsburg licensees including: The Five Forks; Don Works; Victorius; and Virginia Metalcrafters.

Length 16 1/2″; Depth 9 1/2″.

AP128 WILLIAMSBURG KNIFE TRAY

Considered one of Colonial Williamsburg's finest woodware reproductions, this rare knife or cutlery tray is faithful to the 18th Century original. Handcrafted in mahogany, this beautiful tray features a wonderfully scalloped handle and scalloped sides that are masterfully dovetailed at the corners. Originally used in the Raleigh Travern at table setting time, this tray also can be used for display as well as storage on a sideboard, dining table or desk.

Length 14 5/8″; Depth 9 1/2″; Handle Height 5 1/8″.

AP129 WILLIAMSBURG CANDLESTAND
BY VIRGINIA METALCRAFTERS

An early piece from the Williamsburg Reproduction Program, this wooden candlestand is copied from an English antique, circa 1770. With exquisite turnings, solid base and tray top, this mahogany candlestand is both useful as well as ornamental.

Height 8 1/2″; Top Diameter 6″.

WILLIAMSBURG TRAYS AND WINE SERVER

From the Colonial Williamsburg Collection, these mahogany trays and wine server are from top to bottom:


AP123 ROUND TRAY was made in the early 1950's and copies an English antique. Diameter 18″.
CW126 WINE SERVER cradles the wine and will catch any drips. Height 4 5/16″; Length 13 1/4″; Width 4 1/2″.
AP105 SMALL TRAY is 6 1/2″ in Width and 9 1/2″ in Length.

CW 131 WILLIAMSBURG SPOON RACK
BY VIRGINIA METALCRAFTERS

Adapted from a late 18th Century antique, this expertly executed spoon rack is both decorative and useful. It is made of solid mahogany and features a graceful scallop and heart motif. Wonderful for display in a kitchen or breakfast room, this spoon rack is highly desired by the collectors of Williamsburg accessories.

Height 23″; Width 12 1/2″; Depth 5 3/8″.

WILLIAMSBURG STERLING SILVER BY STIEFF

Shown here is a small selection of our current inventory of Sterling Silver by The Stieff Company of Baltimore, Maryland. The Stieff Company was a Licensee for the Williamsburg Reproduction Program up until the late 1980's. Stieff made numerous pieces from which we have a fine selection to choose including, pitchers, sauce boats, and more.

CW 29 WILLIAMSBURG STERLING SILVER COFFEEPOT
BY STIEFF

The original of this magnificent 18th Century coffeepot was created by the renowned New York silversmith, Charles LeRoux, and expertly recreated by Stieff. This coffeepot with its straight spout and straight tapered sides contrasts dramatically with the curves of its ebony side handle.

Capacity of One Quart; Height 11″.

CW 19 WILLIAMSBURG STERLING SILVER TEAPOT
BY STIEFF

The original of this charming 18th Century teapot was created by Boston silversmith, Jacob Hurd. The melon-shaped body of this Williamsburg reproduction teapot is balanced by the sweeping curve of its ebony handle and enhanced by delicate hand engraving around its lid which is topped by an ornamental finial.

Capacity of 1 1/2″ Pints; Height 6″.

CW 22 WILLIAMSBURG STERLING SILVER SAUCE BOAT
BY STIEFF

This experterly crafted reproduction of the 18th Century Boston original by silversmith, John Burt, features a sweeping, curved handle to balance its long, graceful lip. Also known as a gravy boat, it makes a most elegant statement for dining.

Capacity Ten Ounces; Overall Length 8″.

CW 25 WILLIAMSBURG STERLING SILVER MUSTARD POT
BY STIEFF

A row of beading is the only embellishment on this simple, yet graceful mustard pot. Also know as a horse-radish pot in the 18th Century, this pot will make a useful and gracious addition to any dining table.

Height 2 1/2″ Diameter 2 1/4″.

CW56 WILLIAMSBURG SILVER MINT JULEP CUPS
BY MAX RIEG

One of the more rare Williamsburg accessories is the silver mint julep cup. The original Sheffield cup, with its distinctive wooden base, has been duplicated in this reproduction. These cups were hand crafted in the Restored Area, circa 1949, for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation by the renowned German Silver Smith, Max Rieg, who worked for the Williamsburg Foundation from the 1930's until his retirement in the 1950's. It was Max Rieg who laid the groundwork for the Colonial Williamsburg Metal Reproduction Program, not only fashioning items in silver but also creating other decorative art objects from pewter and brass. It is these objects that are sought after by today's serious collectors.

Capacity 10 oz.; Height 4″.
Two Cups Available

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN TANKARD IN SILVER PLATE
BY FRANKLIN MINT

In celebration of the Bicentennial, The Franklin Mint made this exacting silver plate reproduction of Benjamin Franklin's Tankard made by the renowned Philadelphia silversmith, Elias Boudinet. The original tankard, dating to 1760, is on display at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. This reproduction is authentic in every detail bearing the Franklin family coat of arms in intricate scrollwork and the initials BDF for Benjamin and Deborah Franklin. A true collector's piece, only a limited number of these very rare reproductions were made.

Height 8 1/2″.

WILLIAMSBURG PEWTER COFFEE SERVICE
BY STIEFF

Under license to Colonial Williamsburg, Stieff skillfully reproduced this pewter coffee service from the gracefully designed English originals dating from the mid to late 18th Century. The 26 ounce coffeepot features a skillfully carved rosewood handle and tapered body, the cream pitcher features a scalloped lip and fanciful handle and the sugar bowl features a beautifully turned lid. This service is further enhanced by its scarce Williamsburg rolled-edge tray.


CW86 COFFEEPOT with a Height of 9″.
CW91 CREAM PITCHER with a Height of 4″.
CW92 SUGAR BOWL with a Height of 3 1/2″.
CW12 TRAY with a Diameter of 10 1/2″.

WILLIAMSBURG PEWTER TEA/COFFEE SERVICE
BY STIEFF

These Stieff pewter reproductions of an 18th Century design attributed to the London shop of Samuel Ellis can be used to serve tea or coffee. The pot features a wonderfully carved rosewood handle and turned lid with rosewood trim. Both the cream pitcher and sugar bowl feature pad feet, flared rim and double-scroll legs and handle. This service is further enhanced by its scarce Williamsburg rolled-edge tray.


CW80 TEAPOT/COFFEEPOT with a capacity of 28 ounces and a Height of 8 1/2″.
CW 83 CREAM PITCHER with a Height of 4″.
CW84 SUGAR BOWL with a Height of 4″.
CW12 TRAY with a Diameter of 10 1/2″.

WILLIAMSBURG PEWTER PITCHERS BY STIEFF

Pewter pitchers were used to serve beer and ale in the American Colonies and these are two particularly fine examples. The large pitcher is a reproduction of a silver original from the renowned London silversmith, Samuel Hitchcock, Circa 1728-1729. The smaller pitcher dates to the late 18th Century. Both pitchers have exquisit form and detail and can be used as pitchers or to display a flower arrangement.


CW100 SMALL PITCHER with a Height of 5 1/2″, Capacity of 36 Ounces.
CW95 LARGE PITCHER with a Height of 9 1/2″, Capacity of 90 Ounces.

WILLIAMSBURG PEWTER BOWLS BY STIEFF

Adapted from a small pewter bowl in the Williamsburg Collection, made in England during the 18th Century, these reproduction bowls are highly prized today for their beauty and utility as were the originals by early Americans.


CW10 SMALL BOWL with a Diameter of 5 1/2″.
CW5 MEDIUM BOWL with a Diameter of 7 1/4″.
CW7 LARGE BOWL with a Diameter of 11″.

WILLIAMSBURG PEWTER PORRINGERS AND BOWL
BY STIEFF

Under license from Colonial Williamsburg, Stieff made wonderful pewter reproductions of antiques found during archeological excavations. Among these pieces were reproductions of porringers and bowls. Specifically, the large double handle porringer was copied from an Edward Nash London original dating to the early 18th Century. The bowl is copied from a basin made in Boston by Thomas Badger, Circa 1800. These pieces are perfect for use today as small servers.


CW16 SMALL PORRINGER with a Diameter of 3 1/4″.
CW60 LARGE PORRINGER with a Diameter of 5 1/4″.
CW3 BOWL with a Diameter of 8″.

WILLIAMSBURG PEWTER HUMIDORS BY STIEFF

These beautiful pewter humidors are reproductions of English antiques brought to Virginia in trade for tobacco. Crafted by Stieff, these humidors feature an expertly turned lid with an acorn finial top.


CW93 SMALL HUMIDOR with a Height of 6″.
CW94 LARGE HUMIDOR with a Height of 7 1/4″.

CW16-63 WILLIAMSBURG CANDELABRA
BY VIRGINIA METALCRAFTERS

This elegant reproduction candelabra is an exact copy of an 18th Century double arm antique. This sand-cast candelabra features serpent's head decoration on each movable arm. The arms swivel right and left and move up and down.

Height 16″.
2 Available

WILLIAMSBURG BRASS CANDLESTICKS
BY VIRGINIA METALCRAFTERS

Virginia Metalcrafters, under license to Colonial Williamsburg, skillfully reproduced these candesticks from the gracefully designed originals using ancient techniques to give them a destinctive mellow patina. Shown from top left to bottom right in the photo as follows:


CW16-13 BRUSH-EVERARD CANDLESTICK with a Height of 8″.
CW16-34 TALL CANDLESTICK with a Height of 12 1/2″.
CW16-10 SWIRL BASE CANDLESTICK with a Height of 8 3/4″.
CW16-33 SPIKED CANDLESTICK with a Height of 7 1/2″.
CW16-36 FRENCH CANDLESTICK with a Height of 8 3/4″.

WILLIAMSBURG BRASS CANDLESTICKS AND CHAMBERSTICKS
BY VIRGINIA METALCRAFTERS

Virginia Metalcrafters, under license to Colonial Williamsburg, skillfully reproduced these candesticks and chamber from the gracefully designed originals using ancient techniques to give them a destinctive mellow patina. Shown from top left to bottom right in the photo as follows:


CW16-2 ROUND BASE CANDLESTICK with a Height of 8″.
CW16-35 OCTAGONAL BASE CANDLESTICK with a Height of 7″.
CW16-12 MID-DRIP CANDLESTICK with a Height of 8 1/2″.
CW16-21 CHAMBERSTICK with a Height of 2 1/2″.
CW16-5 SQUARE BASE CANDLESTICK with a Height of 6 3/4″.
CW16-20 BALUSTER CANDLESTICK with a Height of 5 3/4″.

WILLIAMSBURG STRIDING MAN
BY VIRGINIA METALCRAFTERS AND MAX RIEG

A favorite accessory in the Williamsburg Reproduction Collection is this jaunty brass gentleman. Made by Virginia Metalcrafters of cast brass, this accessory which comes in two sizes is heavy enough to be used as a door stop or to support books without toppling.


CW 8-7 Small Man 8 1/2″; and CW 18-65 Large Man 11 3/4″.

WILLIAMSBURG BRASS TRIVETS
BY VIRGINIA METALCRAFTERS

Virginia Metalcrafters, under license to Colonial Williamsburg, skillfully reproduced these trivets from the gracefully designed originals using ancient techniques to give them a destinctive mellow patina. Shown from top left to bottom right in the photo as follows:


CW10-9 KING GEORGE TRIVET 4″ X 5″.
CW10-11 WILLIAM AND MARY TRIVET 6″ X 8″.
CW10-10 QUEEN ANNE TRIVET 9″ X 10 1/2″.
CW10-14 COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG TRIVET Diameter 6″.

W8490 WINTERTHUR HONG BOWL BY MOTTAHEDEH

This exquisite reproduction captures the spirit of the original, circa 1800, decorated with scenes of the "hongs" in Canton, China. The design is considered one of the finest and rarest ever created for export and it took approximately two years for Mottahedeh to complete the prototype. This exceptionally large and beautiful bowl is particularly attractive on a dining table or sideboard.

Height 6 1/4″; Diameter 14 1/4″.

WILLIAMSBURG SILVER RESIST/LUSTERWARE JUGS
BY PALIN THORLEY

Silver resist/lusterware pieces were found during the original archaeological excavation of Colonial Williamsburg in the 1930's. Requiring work of only the most skilled craftsman, in 1941, Joseph Palin Thorley, a world renowned potter from Staffordshire, England, was selected to create these reproduction jugs as well as other ceramics for the Williamsburg Reproduction Program. Because the platinum wash process used in these pieces is so painstaking, only a limited number of these lusterware pieces were ever created. Due to their rarity and quality, Palin Thorley pieces are highly prized by collectors of Williamsburg ceramic reproductions.


C1 Small Jug 3″; C2 Medium Jug 4″; and C3 Large Jug 5 1/2″.

C4 WILLIAMSBURG POSY HOLDER BY WEDGWOOD

This reproduction of an English Staffordshire finger vase, circa 1770, is one of the most famous of all Williamsburg accessories--a "must have" for the collector.

Height 7 3/4″.

C4 WILLIAMSBURG POSY HOLDER BY PALIN THORLEY

This reproduction of an English Staffordshire finger vase, circa 1770, is one of the most famous of all Williamsburg accessories--a "must have" for the collector. Prior to Wedgwood, Palin Thorley was the original potter for the Colonial Williamsburg Collection.

Height 7 3/4″.
2 Available

WILLIAMSBURG POSY HOLDER BY PALIN THORLEY

This reproduction of an English Staffordshire finger vase, circa 1770, is one of the rarer Williamsburg accessories by Palin Thorley, the renowned English pottery designer. This piece is a "must have" for the collector.

Height 7 3/4″.
2 Available

C22 WILLIAMSBURG CORNUCOPIA WALLPOCKETS
BY WEDGWOOD

Copied from a pair of Staffordshire saltglaze wall ornaments, circa 1760, these elaborately decorated wallpockets feature a floral motif with female figure in the center crest. They make a perfect accessory for the period decor.

Height 10″.

C28 WILLIAMSBURG DELFT INKWELL BY OUD

Copied from an antique in the Williamsburg Collection, this very rare delft inkwell makes a beautiful desk accessory. The original antique is a piece of Continental tin-enameled earthenware.

Height 1 3/4″; Width 4 3/4″.

C45 WILLIAMSBURG DELFT VASE BY OUD

This magnificent delft vase is a reproduction of a Bristol delft antique dating to about 1760. This vase is a scarce Williamsburg delft piece. It can be filled with flowers, used as a planter or converted to a lamp.

Height 9 3/4″.
2 Available

C46 WILLIAMSBURG DELFT CROCUS POT
BY OUD

Designed to hold crocus bulbs, this very rare Williamsburg reproduction delft pot was adapted from a Worcester porclain antique made between 1765 and 1770. The overall graceful shape of this piece proves the artistic genius of the original designer.

Height 6 3/4″; Width 8 1/2″.

C76 WILLIAMSBURG DELFT TOBACCO JAR BY OUD

This exceptional reproduction of a tin-enameled earthenware delft tobacco jar, circa 1770, with the inscription "Virginia", has outstanding decoration. Always favored by collectors of Colonial Williamsburg delft, this tobacco jar can be used as a vase or converted to a lamp.

Height 9 3/4″.

WILLIAMSBURG DELFT VASES AND WALLPOCKETS
BY OUD AND ROYAL GOEDEWAAGEN

These beautifully hand-decorated delft/blue and white vases and wallpockets are exact reproductions of antiques found in Colonial Williamsburg. Shown from top left to bottom in the photo as follows:


CW39 VASE, copied from a 1760 Lambeth antique, is a very rare Williamsburg reproduction vase. It stands 6 3/4″.
C32 JAR/VASE is copied from a mid-Eighteenth Century Liverpool antique and features charming floral decoration. It stands 5 1/2″.
CW30 VASE is in the classic urn shape and decorated with a stylized motif as the Bristol delft original, circa 1710-1720. It stands 6″.
C36 AND C37 WALLPOCKETS copy originals from Lambeth dating to 1750 and feature a Chinese girl and boy, respectively. They stand 8″.

WILLIAMSBURG DELFT PITCHER AND VASES
BY OUD AND ROYAL GOEDEWAAGEN

Perfect for the discriminating collector and decorator, these delft/blue and white pitcher and vases are exact reproductions of antiques found in Colonial Williamsburg. Shown from top left to bottom in the photo as follows:


CW25 APOTHECARY JAR is copied from a late Eighteenth Century English antique and is perfect as a vase. It stands 7 3/4″.
C48 PITCHER is decorated with Chinese figures in a landscape. It is copied from an English antique, circa 1760. It stands 9 1/4″ and holds 2 quarts.
CW49 VASE is decorated with three scenes of figures and landscape like the 1700 English original. It stands 10 1/4″ with a top diameter of 4 1/2″.

C44 WILLIAMSBURG DELFT PUNCH BOWL
BY OUD AND ROYAL GOEDEWAAGEN

This reproduction of an 18th Century Bristol punch bowl is beautifully hand-decorated in traditional shades of blue and white with a design of birds, flowers and leaves. The generous size of this punch bowl makes it a wonderful centerpiece for a dining table or sideboard when not in use.

Height 5 5/8″; Diameter 10 1/2″.

WILLIAMSBURG DELFT BRICKS AND PLANTER
BY OUD AND ROYAL GOEDEWAAGEN

These wonderful delft/blue and white floral bricks, also known as jardinieres, and planter are exact reproductions of antiques found in Colonial Williamsburg. Shown from top to bottom in the photo as follows:


CW40 ROUND BRICK can be used with or without its top. It is decorated with an abstract design with the original dating to 1700. Diameter 6″.
C52 OVAL PLANTER/DISH is painted with birds and flowers as the original, circa 1690. It stands 3 1/4″ and is 7″ in length.
CW29 BLUE BRICK is hand painted in a Mimosa design like the original English antique, circa 1830. It stands 3 1/2″ and is 5 3/4″ in length.

WILLIAMSBURG DELFT ACCESSORIES
BY OUD AND ROYAL GOEDEWAAGEN

These beautifully hand-decorated blue and white delft accessories are exact reproductions of antiques found in Colonial Williamsburg. Shown from top left to bottom in the photo as follows:


C10 DELFT PLATE is copied from 18th Century English antique. This plate comes in 10 1/4″ diameter and 8″ diameter.
C47 SHELL TRAY with Chinese decoration is copied from a Liverpool antique, circa 1750. It's width is 3 3/4″.
CW55 SWEETMEAT TRAY has a beautiful stylized floral motif typical of English delft dating to 1740. The side lengths are 4 3/4″.
C57 CANDLESTICK with its varied shades of blue copies a Liverpool piece, circa 1750. Its height is 7″.
C51 PORRINGER replicates the original Lambeth delft antique, circa 1720-1730. It is 2 1/8″ high with an overall diameter of 5 1/2″.

WILLIAMSBURG DELFT MUGS
BY OUD AND ROYAL GOEDEWAAGEN

Exquisitly hand-decorated, these delft/blue and white mugs are reproductions of 18th Century antiques found in Colonial Williamsburg . Shown from left to right in photo as follows:


C59 PORTER MUG Holds One Quart.
C58 BLANK MUG Holds 12 Ounces.
C54 BELL SHAPED MUG Holds 12 Ounces.
C90B BEER MUG Holds 12 Ounces.

WILLIAMSBURG DELFT TABLE ACCESSORIES
BY OUD AND ROYAL GOEDEWAAGEN

Perfect for the discriminating collector and decorator, these finely crafted delft pieces are reproductions of antiques found in Colonial Williamsburg.


C38 CANDLESTICK is copied from a Mid-Eighteenth Century Lambeth antique. It stands 2 1/2″.
C50 MIXING JUG is decorated with figures suggesting St. Francis of Assisi and Elijah. It is copied from a Southwark, England antique, circa 1640. It stands 5 1/8″ and holds 18 oz.
CW53 CASTER Copied from an Eighteenth Century Dutch piece, this caster is perfect for sugar or cinnamon. It stands 6 3/8″ with a diameter of 3″.

WILLIAMSBURG POLYCHROME DELFT BRICKS
BY OUD AND ROYAL GOEDEWAAGEN

Also known as jardinieres, these polycrome delft bricks are exact reproductions of originals found in Colonial Williamsburg. Shown from top to bottom in the photo as follows:


CW26 CHINESE BRICK is copied from a piece of Bristol delft, circa 1740. It stands 2 1/2″ and is 4 1/2″ in length.
C5 JARDINIERE is a faithful copy of a Lambeth delft jardiniere, circa 1760. This brick is adaptable for a variety of flower arrangements. It stands 4″.
CW27 POLYCHROME BRICK is in shades of purple and blue and is copied from a 1750 Bristol original. It stands 3 1/2″ and is 6″ in length.

WILLIAMSBURG POLYCHROME AND CERAMIC ACCESSORIES
BY OUD AND PALIN THORLEY

Beautifully decorated, these reproductions of antiques found in Colonial Williamsburg will enhance the period decor. Shown from top left to bottom:


CW33 PITCHER is decorated with multicolored flowers and is copied from a saltglazed antique, circa 1755. It stands 6 1/4″ and holds 1 1/4 quarts.
C31 CREAM JUG is a hand-painted in brilliant polychrome and inspired by a 1760 Liverpool antique. It stands 4 1/2″.
CW6 HEART-SHAPED INKSTAND is an exact copy of the original found in the Governor's Palace in Williamsburg. Its length is 5″.

CW 2V WILLIAMSBURG TEARDROP VASE
BY BLENKO

This truly fine hand made American reproduction of a teardrop vase is copied from originals found during archaeological excavations at Colonial Williamsburg. This vase was created by only the most skilled craftsmen at Blenko Glass Company who were able to form the teardrop pattern in the stem. Particularly suited for use with long-stemmed flowers, this glass will add elegance to any table.

Height 10″.

CW42L WILLIAMSBURG LARGE RINGNECK DECANTER
BY BLENKO GLASS COMPANY

First introduced by the Colonial Williamsburg Reproduction Program in 1955, this large ringneck decanter represents a true testimony to the finest free-blowing glass makers at the Blenko Glass Company of Milton, West Virginia. Sadly this decanter was discontinued in 1965 due to the loss of Blenko's senior master glass blowers who were responsible for making all of the Colonial Williamsburg glass pieces. This large decanter remains the single most important glass object ever created for the Reproduction Program. Extremely rare and in perfect condition, we feel strongly that this decanter offers the serious collector a great opportunity to own an Icon of the Colonial Williamsburg Reproduction Program.

Height Including Stopper 17 3/4″; Width 8″; and Holds 6 Quarts.

WILLIAMSBURG DECANTERS
BY BLENKO AND ROYAL LEERDAM

These wonderful hand-blown glass decanters are reproductions of the originals found in Colonial Williamsburg. Shown from left to right in the photo as follows:


CW42L LARGE DECANTER with its ringed top and graceful lines stands 17 3/4″, including stopper.
CW6 SQUARE DECANTER was designed to fit a cellarette or for use alone or in pairs on a tray. It stands 6 1/4″, including stopper.
CW13 TALL DECANTER has wonderful clean lines and stands 11 1/4″, including stopper.
CW42S SMALL DECANTER is a reduced size of the CW42L Decanter and stands 11″, including stopper.

WILLIAMSBURG GLASS HURRICANE SHADES
BY BLENKO AND ROYAL LEERDAM

These fine hand-blown glass hurricane shades are as popular today as in the 18th Century and are used both to shield candles from wind and drafts as well as for a wonderful decorative effect. These hurricane shades are available in four sizes including the Extra Large which is very rare and not often found.

Extra Large Height 23″; Large Height 17 3/4″;
Medium Height 14″; Small Height 9 1/2″.

EXTRA LARGE HURRICANE SHADES

We proudly offer these exceedingly rare hand-blown hurricane shades measuring 21 1/2 inches high. The generous size of these shades works well with a variety of candlesticks and makes a wonderful display in rooms of a larger scale. When lit by candles, these shades show off all the wonderful swirls created in the free-blown technique.

Height 21 1/2″; Base Diameter 7 1/2″.

CW 3G WILLIAMSBURG AIR-TWIST GOBLET
BY BLENKO AND ROYAL LEERDAM

This truly fine hand made reproduction of a circa 1735 air-twist goblet, found during archaeological excavations at Colonial Williamsburg, will add the ultimate in elegance to the most beautiful table setting. Each glass was individually created by only the most skilled craftsmen able to form the graceful air-twist spiral pattern in the stem.

Height 7 7/8″.
11 Available

CW 3W WILLIAMSBURG AIR-TWIST WINE GLASS
BY BLENKO AND ROYAL LEERDAM

This truly fine hand made reproduction of a circa 1735 air-twist wine glass, found during archaeological excavations at Colonial Williamsburg, will add the ultimate in elegance to the most beautiful table setting. Each glass was individually created by only the most skilled craftsmen able to form the graceful air-twist spiral pattern in the stem.

Height 6 1/2″.
20 Available

WILLIAMSBURG TAVERN GLASSES
BY ROYAL LEERDAM

Inspired by glass fragments uncovered during archaeological excavations at Colonial Williamsburg, these expertly crafted glasses are mouth-blown and hand-formed. These handsome glasses are the perfect size and shape for today's entertaining. Shown in amethyst, these glasses are also available in amber.


CW31L DOUBLE OLD FASHIONED with a Height of 4″.
CW31S OLD FASHIONED with a Height of 3 1/2″.

WILLIAMSBURG GLASS ACCESSORIES
BY BLENKO AND ROYAL LEERDAM

This small sampling of original Williamsburg glass reproductions displays the beauty of design, purity of materials and superb hand crafting used in the Collection. Each piece is interpreted from originally excavated fragments in Colonial Williamsburg and has individual characteristics reflecting the skill of the artisan producing it.

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