Jamestown Thimble


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In 1955 remains were found of a row of four brick houses built during the revitalization period of the 1660s.  The  unit was destroyed by fire during Bacon’s Rebellion in 1676, two of the eastern units and only one of the western units were rebuilt.  At one time during its short life the western unit served as a jail, apparently one resident left behind a brass thimble.

Antiqued brass finish, Authentic scaled replica