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1930s Vegetable Collage

Cottage + Camp

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1930s Vegetable Collage
1930s Vegetable Collage
1930s Vegetable Collage

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1910-1950

Condition:

Very Good; page has some yellowing, perforated edge

Country of Origin:

USA

Materials:

ink on paper/wood frame

Size:

17.25" L x 13.5" H

Color/Finish:

white/multi

Why We Love This

1930s vintage collage made of chromolithographs of vegetables cut from seed catalogs. Displayed in a new white frame.
As described by Cottage + Camp

Why We Love This

1930s vintage collage made of chromolithographs of vegetables cut from seed catalogs. Displayed in a new white frame.

About Cottage + Camp

COTTAGE+CAMP began bringing their modern sensibility to vintage furnishing over two decades ago in New York’s Hudson Valley. Francis and John are both working artists and their fresh contemporary approach to antiques and art fits into any country home — and, of course, the quirky and casual objects make a statement in the city too!