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Art & Design: Early American Colonial

American colonial architecture includes several building design styles associated with the colonial period of the United States, including First Period English (late-medieval), French Colonial, Spanish Colonial, Dutch Colonial and Georgian. These styles are associated with the houses, churches and government buildings of the period between about 1600 through the 19th century.

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Art & Design: Early American Colonial

Art & Design: Early American Colonial

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Primitive Early American Christmas Trees ~ Great handmade easy DIY country look by EarlyPrimfolksbyjudy. Beautiful prim grouping with black shelf, blue wood buckets, pewter and colonial painted wall stencils.

Display of Early Crocks in Rustic Cupboard ~ Great display to complement Colonial, Ealry American or Primitive design.

Primitive Colonial

Eye For Design: Decorating In The Primitive Colonial Style

Redware gotta have at least a little in a colonial/early american/primitive home

Early American Home - Gallery ~ Bedroom decorating, county and Armerican colonial design.- ~♥~.

Early American Home - Gallery

Squanto's Journey: The Story of the First Thanksgiving_ Sonlight Core D add in

McCalls 5414 Early American Colonial Costumes for Mother and Daughter by SarahBethsCottage, $8.00

John S. Copley paintings - probably one of the best early American colonial artists.

Circa Home Living Great Room ~ Early American portraits, colonial stenciled floor cloth and fire screen, punched tin lantern and mustard painted walls complete a beautiful design.

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Salt Glazng Pottery Methods

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    Kathy Grimm

    Salt glazing was a very popular method used to color and fire pottery with during the Early American Colonial Era.

Tinsmith, Carl Giordano - Homepage

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    Kathy Grimm

    In Colonial America, a tinsmith could make an excellent living.

Tour Thomas Jefferson's Monticello - YouTube

7096: Early 19th C. Spanish Colonial Embroidery : Lot 7096

7096: Early 19th C. Spanish Colonial Embroidery : Lot 7096


Turning fibers into cloth, weavers Sandy Gibb, Eileen Hammond, and Max Hamrick Jr. keep alive the eighteenth-century practices of the trade.

Sultana 18th Century 1700s Colonial Ship - YouTube

Mulch Thief: New Scrimshaw project...

Farmhouse kitchen and yellow ware.

An Antiques-Filled 1840 Country Farmhouse - Old-House Online

Love this dining room with a fireplace.

R. Porter 1820 Tavern Sign

Circa Home Living

Windsor Chair, love this chair

soft lantern light


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