It has a Dorothy-Lee Jones collection label on the base as shown. Dorothy-Lee's life-long passion was glass and ceramics. After nearly 30 years running the successful antique shop in Douglas Hill, Maine, she founded The Jones Museum of Glass and Ceramics in 1978.
Showcasing the history and beauty of both glass and ceramics across a unique museum collection, she acted as Founder-Curator and Director for over two decades. She was also active in many collector organizations, including the Ceramics Study Club of Boston, the Wedgwood Society of Boston and the National American Glass Club. Recognizing her accomplishments in the world of glass, she was invited to become an Honorary Fellow of the Corning Museum of Glass, a prestigious group of international experts.She lectured at museums, clubs and symposiums all over the US, and published many articles in glass and ceramics publications. Size - Approximately 6 + 1/4 inches tall by 2 + 7/8 inches across the foot rim. Condition - We find no chips or cracks.
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