Product Description: Carnival Game Rules Sign D298
Looking for a carnival style sign to hang on the wall? Look no further. TinWorld has a large selection of collectible signs at low, wholesale prices. We offer nostalgic, rustic, and vintage style signs for the kitchen, cottage, farmhouse and more. The Carnival Game Rules Sign D298 is a new, reproduction metal sign that is available in two sizes: 8″ x 11″ and 12″ x 18″. This American-made sign features pre-drilled corner holes with smooth edges for easy hanging and safe handling. We provide next day shipping and guarantee 100% customer satisfaction. So, whether you’re decorating the home or gift shopping for kitchen/farm signs, welcome to TinWorld. We have signs for everyone!
Did you know during Colonial America, kitchens were built as separate rooms and located behind the parlor or dining room? Separate summer kitchens were common in farms in the northern states and were used to prepare meals for the harvest workers. In addition, tasks such as canning were done here to keep the heat from the rest of the house. In the southern states, the kitchens were often kept in an outbuilding. Whereas the kitchen working space kept separate from the living space as a means to reduce the chance of fire in the main house from kitchen operations. To learn more about the evolution of the kitchen as well as history in other parts of the world see: Kitchen – Wikipedia.
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