This small dish is a souvenir piece featuring the Home in A Cedar Stump - Snohomish, Washington. The image of the tree stump with two people outside and one leaning on the window ledge, was used for many postcards during the first part of the 1900’s. The home was built in the late 1800’s near Edgecomb, Washington by Lennstrom, a Swedish emigrant. On either side of the picture are sprays of pink and white flowers. The embossed edge is enhanced with gold. This is not only a souvenir of the tree house but it is also a souvenir from an old shop called The Evergreen Tea & Coffee Store. On the back it is marked; Wheelock - Made in Germany for; The Evergreen Tea & Coffee Store - Snohomish, Washington. Wheelock was an importer and retailer operating out of Wisconsin in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s.
The tray measures about 7 1’4” by 4 ¼” by 1 3/8” high and is in very good condition with minimal wear and no damage. The gold is week in a few places around the top edge.
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