Peter's Pumpkin

This classic cookie jar, produced in 1960, is known as “Lock on the Door!” It depicts the 1825 English nursery rhyme, “Peter, Peter Pumpkin Eater.” Basically, it’s about a husband who can’t control his wife, so locks her in a pumpkin. It’s such a terrible concept that I don’t know why a cookie jar, supposedly a happy work of art, was created to celebrate the poem. I guess I’m going to give the jar away, because it’s too creepy.



A piece of Vintage Americana transformed into a beautiful Canvas Print!

  • Available in seven sizes!
  • Canvas has a 1.6” (4 cm ) thick frame.
  • Canvas frames are made of FSC® certified wood. When not available PEFC or equivalent.
  • Shipped in protective packaging and strong boxes to ensure no damage during transportation.
  • Mounting kit included.

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