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.
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…
These earrings are modeled on a pair in the Preservation Virginia collection that descended in the Rolfe family with a tradition of ownership by Pocahontas. The originals are larger and are made of mussel shell, silver, and steel.
This gold ring bears the crest of the Strachey family and is a replica of a brass ring found in the southeastern bulwark of James Fort. William Strachey, Secretary of the Colony in 1610, was shipwrecked on Bermuda…