VINTAGE PRINT COLONIAL COOKING HEARTH NEW ENGLAND BOILED DINNER RECIPE COLLAGE




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VINTAGE PRINT COLONIAL COOKING HEARTH NEW ENGLAND BOILED DINNER RECIPE COLLAGE :
$6400.0


Please IGNORE striation line from our scanner, as this line is NOT on art. Line is seen on scanned image as a light green line across top, and this is the scanning light from our scanner and again, line is NOT on picture. We believe in being " green " for our planet and we repurpose items and combine the old with the new. Please read sale description in full. Combining the old with the new. Background paper is archival paper. The circa 1950's recipe print, is adhered to the paper, with archival ATG tape. The vintage print was part of a vintage note card, which I could only save the image ( the white border was trimmed ). I used archival pastels chalks on the paper for the design colored border and the border is original. I sprayed the pastels with a fixative. Provenance is on back, with my name and address label, with my signing as only the scrapbooker. I am the artist of the pastel border design, but NOT the print. Condition is very good and clean. Overall size is 8.5 inches by 11 inches, which should make for easier framing. Print does NOT come framed. The back has pale blue color archival paper also. The print was adhered to 2 pieces of paper, archivally. Great aesthetic print, perfect for any season and all year round, especially the Autumn season, Thanksgiving, gardener, tavern, bistro, diner, pub, restaurant, dining room, shabby chic beach cottage house, chef, cook, and colonial americana. recipe collector, framing in a kitchen and the shabby chic collector. Recipe is for " New England Boiled Dinner " Wonderful recipe you can make with corned beef, smoked pork shoulder, salted pork spareribs, a prosciutto bone with some meat on the bone, or ham. Recipe also makes a great has for leftovers, fried with an onion and some oil. Vegetables uses are carrots, potatoes, turnips, beets ( cooked separately ) and cabbage. Also, onions, and orange turnips, are wonderful in this recipe. ( We had this recipe so many different ways for over 50 years ). Recipe is also served on Saint Patrick's Day and is an Irish tradition, as well as an American and New England tradition. Gorgeous scene of a colonial fireplace with silver, copper and brass kitchen utensils, a pumice, a candle, a horn, a spinning wheel with a distaff, fireplace wood and logs, a butter churn, a trivet, a teapot, a spice box, dried ears of corn on the cob, a brick floor and stone hearth. Please write any questions. Thank you. .

VINTAGE PRINT COLONIAL COOKING HEARTH NEW ENGLAND BOILED DINNER RECIPE COLLAGE :
$6400.0

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