Tinware was a utilitarian product that could be used in the home much like plastic containers and items are today. But how common was it, and how much did it cost? Through the lens of ongoing research, we will explore who was using it, where it shows up, and what kind of price tag it had in 18th-century Virginia.
Dates & Times
An Assemblage of Wares: Tinware in the Home
In this interpretive concert, the Jug Broke Theatre Co. plays the tunes, songs, and poetry of Scottish origin that would have been heard here in Williamsburg.
Dye Day at the Weaving Shop
Join us as natural dyes and dye recipes of the 18th century are recreated to achieve a spectrum of dazzling colors.
Expert Insights: Archaeology Update
Join our archaeologists as they share what we have learned from our current archaeological sites and new research into our artifact collections.
Art Museums Admission