Three things that were popular in the early twentieth century were images of Dutch kids, postcard collecting, and pyrography (wood burning). On postcards, the Dutch kids speak in a dialect of English supposed to imitate the way a Dutch person would speak. This postcard was published by Bergman.
This burnt wood plaque is 9-3/4" in diameter. I am showing both sides because the back was used as a sort of practice sampler. There is a number 452 stamped on the back but no manufacturer's name.