This is the Chowning Tavern teapot made just for Colonial Williamsburg. There were others to choose from - one with a squirrel, one with The Kings Arms, erm, arms - but after seeing similar be-peacock-ed china in the DeWitt Museum, I decided on this one.
With a Williamsburg teapot, it was only natural to snag some Williamsburg tea, too. There were many flavors, but my heart belongs to Earl Grey, and I can tell you, it's excellent:
Also, some fabric (but of course!). I know everybody buys this fabric when they go to CW, but I can see why. It's delightful, and a direct reproduction from a gown held in Williamsburg's collection. I got about two yards, to make into a jacket:
These wall plaques were just for fun. I wish they'd had the British flag that was in use in 1776, but the modern one here does just fine. My household is a pairing (and maybe soon a marriage) of America and Great Britain, and I thought we could hang these together, although Chris and I are not in agreement about which flag should be displayed on top. I guess they shall go side-by-side then, hehe:
Souvenirs were to be had at Monticello and Montpelier as well. These are them, a couple Christmas ornaments, several pineapple items (yay Regency pineapples!), and a ceramic plate with a fox on it, which has nothing at all to do with Montpelier, where I bought it, but I loved it too much:
I can't seem to find where (or if) you can buy any of the Colonial Williamsburg stuff online. If you know the link, please post in the comments!