• THE HOME & FEAST CO.
    BY STASIA WIMMER BOSCHETTI

  • A Southern
    Home & Kitchen

  • A Southern Home & Kitchen Sharing A Treasury of
    Classic Recipes & Homewares For Your Kitchen, Home & Garden
  • SHOP WALL DECOR

  • A FISHERMANS
    DAUGHTER
    {CIRCA 1873}

  • Fine Art Reproduction Prints
  • SHOP WALL DECOR

  • HOW TO PRESERVE A HUSBAND
    {CIRCA 1887}

  • Marriage Poem

THE HOME & FEAST CO.
BY STASIA WIMMER BOSCHETTI

A Southern
Home & Kitchen

A Southern Home & Kitchen Sharing A Treasury of
Classic Recipes & Homewares For Your Kitchen, Home & Garden
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NEW FOR YOUR HOME

WALL DECOR

A Treasury of Homewares

Summer Night / Circa Unknown - Fine Art Reproduction Print
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Noah's Ark / Circa Unknown - Fine Art Reproduction Print
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My Boyhood's Home / Circa 1872 - Fine Art Reproduction Print
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How To Preserve A Husband  / Circa 1887 - Print
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The Lone Sentinel / Circa 1895 - Fine Art Reproduction Print
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Cows in a Field / Circa 1856 - Fine Art Reproduction Print
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View of a Lake / Circa 1830 - Fine Art Reproduction Print
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Storm Clouds / Circa 1880 - Fine Art Reproduction Print
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Spearing Eels / Circa 1800's - Fine Art Reproduction Print
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American Artist

Fine Art Reproduction Print

THE WHEAT FIELD
circa 1875-1877

The Wheat Field, painted by the American artist George Inness from 1875 to 1877. The original painting was gifted to The Cleveland Museum Of Art by Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Copelin. The painting is currently not on view.

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American Homemaker

A Reproduction Printed Poem

HOW TO PRESERVE
A HUSBAND
circa 1887

How To Preserve A Husband, written by "Aunt Hannah" of Ann Arbor, Michigan in 1887. The original poem was published in the "Jubilee Cook Book; a collection of tested recipes, compiled by a committee from the Ladies’ Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church of Ann Arbor, Michigan."

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