- Museum number
Plate, glass; with acid-etched decoration of berries and leaves. Signed.
- Production date
- 1898 -1920
Diameter: 181 millimetres (approx)
- Curator's comments
- Joseph Locke (1846-1936) began his career in Stourbridge, moving in 1882 to the USA where he worked for various companies, opening his own workshop for art glass in 1898. He is best known for his acid-etched glass.
- Not on display
- minor chips to rim
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- The donor made this gift in direct response to a tour of the 19th and 20th century displays given by J.Rudoe to the Friends of the Rockwell Museum at Corning in September 1994.
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
- Registration number