More Christmas Decorations at Colonial Williamsburg
Thanks to those of you who made last week’s post on Christmas decorations at Colonial Williamsburg so popular, I’m posting some more pictures here.
The horn shape is a sign of prosperity:
Real ribbon, an 18th-century luxury item, is used to hang these simple wreaths at the milliner’s shop:
This wreath is a horse’s collar:
The white rosettes at the post office are formed out of a Virginia Gazette:
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Thanks for the reminder of Christmas time Williamsburg. Hope you had a great visit.