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Brocade Santa with Gold Swag (VFA Nr. 14082)

Brocade Santa with Gold Swag

When thinking of historic Christmas traditions, we often find ourselves transformed to the streets of Colonial Williamsburg during the holiday season. While it is true that these homes were decorated with fruit, flowers, wreaths, and leaves, it wasn't until the Colonial Revival of the 1900s—in READ MORE »

Santa with Gold Applecone

Twelve Months of Christmas: October

Santa with Gold Apple cone — During the seventeenth-century, it was common to find Apple cones decorating the lavish banquets of London. While the apple cone was a functional design—its base often was a pineapple shaped into a cone shape with its top leaves placed at on READ MORE »

Colonial Chocolatier Bunny

Colonial Chocolatier Bunny

When asked by Colonial Williamsburg in December 2011 to design a piece that represents the famous Chocolate shop at Colonial Williamsburg, Judi knew exactly where to turn. The scholastic School Master bunny had a shape and general outfit that would fit the part of a READ MORE »

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