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  • Bartmann Jug—Large

    German potters called these vessels Bartmann jugs, meaning 'bearded man', after the bewhiskered face that adorns the neck. In 17th-century England, they were often referred to as Bellarmines -- a term used by collectors today -- as a caricature of…

    $282.00

  • Captain John Smith Statuette

    This statuette of Captain John Smith is based on a statue of him at Historic Jamestowne. Captain Smith's leadership in the early years of the colony probably saved it from extinction.

    $9.95

  • Francis Nicholson Wine Bottle

    In July of 2004 Archaeologists at Historic Jamestowne uncovered a brick-lined cellar filled with 300-year-old intact glass wine bottles. One of the bottles bears a personal seal that may have belonged to a former Virginia governor. Visitors to…

    $39.95

  • Historic Jamestowne Sterling Silver Charm Border Ware Jug

    This sterling silver charm is a miniature representation of artifacts and icons relevant to Historic Jamestowne.  The charm is a miniature of an early-seventeenth century Border ware jug found by archaeologists.

    $23.00

  • Historic Jamestowne Sterling Silver Charm Strachey Crest

    This sterling silver charm is a miniature representation of artifacts and icons relevant to Historic Jamestowne.  The eagle depicted on this charm is part of the Strachey family crest. This eagle was found on a ring excavated at Historic Jamestowne…

    $23.00

  • Historic Jamestowne Sterling Silver Charm Zuniga Scroll Map

    This sterling silver charm is a miniature representation of artifacts and icons relevant to Historic Jamestowne.  The Zuniga Scroll Map charm bears a depiction of James Fort drawn by the Spanish Spy Don Pedro Zuñiga in 1608.

    $23.00

  • Jackware Pint Bulge

    Leather Blackjack mugs were in common use in England and her colonies during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Blackjacks varied in size from one pint or less to several gallons. Often their shape included a spout for pouring. Our mugs…

    $74.00

  • Redware Puzzle Jug

    The Puzzle jug was an English drinking game from the 17th century. The trick was to cover up the right holes while drinking or the contents of the jug would be spilled down the front of the drinker. This example…

    $125.95

  • Sterling Silver Reproduction Earpickers

    A status symbol and hygienic tool, this ear picker/tooth cleaner was found at the James Fort site by APVA Preservation Virginia archaeologists. The 17th-century English knew about plaque, which they called scale or surf, and were encouraged by…

    $62.00

  • Stuart Coat of Arms Ornament

    Queen Elizabeth presented the coat of arms that hangs inside the Jamestown Memorial Church to the APVA in 1957. King James was a Stuart. The two quotes in French translate to "God and my right," the royal motto, and "Shamed…

    $17.95