Wall decor for a child's bedroom or playroom. Wood plaque has a wood jumping cow affixed to the main portion for depth. Paint appears to be stamped on in a manner similar to silk screening.
Point to note, it seems in order to get the whole first line of the rhyme into a single sentence, they changed the well known and original 1765 poem's spelling of "diddle" to "didle" perhaps thinking no one would notice?
Condition is very good as the colors are still vivid. There are numerous tiny nicks thoughout the piece, as well as a slight warping. A nice, slightly shabby vintage piece. I estimate this to be from the mid 50's to mid 60's.
Still a happy piece for a playroom or art studio wall.