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A fully furnished 18th Century Kitchen NTS

The Georgian Kitchen

Luxery 18th century style Grand Bastide country House. Large eat in kitchen

I love this and would cook everyday with this hearth! wihttps://www.facebook.com/APrimitivePlace

Colonial Kitchn

Colonial Kitchen Poster By Susan Savad

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Connor Homes - reproduction early American homes, beautiful millwork

Want to decorate the interior of Marshal Hooker's Cabin something like this...

Early American Walk-in Fireplace in Newtown, Pennsylvania. Photo by PAI Architects.

A Colonial Gardener's Tools.

Residents of Williamsburg have maintained gardens for hundreds of years.

Love the color of this New England home.

Housemaids cupboard Belgrave Hall, Leicester. A ghost was famously caught on cctv walking through the wall in the gardens outside. It was built circa 1710 so its old enough. If you ever go there it has a happy sort of atmosphere and was a loved and cherished home.

Haunted England - Pictures of England

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Real Housewife's Lenox Hill Townhouse

Real Housewife's Lenox Hill Townhouse Can't Find a Buyer

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Of Follies : The Colonial Williamsburg Official History Citizenship Site

A quilting party. Cooperative quilting was not referred to as a "bee" until the 19th century.

Barrels came in different sizes, and each had a different name. These containers carried spirits, molasses, water, flour, potatoes, apples, crockery, and many other items. Those barrels carrying liquid, were fashioned from hardwood and banded together with iron rings. Barrels that didn't hold liquid lacked the iron rings, were made of softwood, and were called "slack casks".

Example of a Ship Chandlery.

Age of Sail Workshop

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