While antiquing last year, we found these fruit & veggie crate labels* that were printed in the 1930-50s. Framed in bright colors, they would be perfect art for a kitchen nook!
*Here's some detail for the history buffs: These vintage lithographs are a colorful relic of America's agricultural past. With the advent of the Southern Pacific Railroad in the 1880s, the great printing houses of the West Coast saw an opportunity to provide paper and ink symbols for fruit & vegetables that were shipped around the country. The labels were produced by the grower or cooperative to identify and advertise their product & attached to wooden crates for shipping across the US.