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May 3, 2013
A new trade takes its place at the Armoury complex.
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Jim W says:
My question does not have anything to do with the Tinshop but concerns a recent purchase at a consignment store. I recently bought an iron fireplace trivet. The tag on it read made in Colonial Williamsburg 1960 by a blacksmith whose last name was Allred.
My question is, does CW still make these trivets and are they available in one on the shops ( Greenhow’s, Prentis or Tarpley’s)?
I have seen them in the shops but cannot remember how long ago.
Colonial Williamsburg says:
Greenhow Store does carry the iron trivets. You can call to order if you wish (757-229-1000 and ask to be transferred to Greenhow Store.)
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