Known for his work with porcelain, stevens accumulated an extensive list of shows to his credit and was one of the members of a group of tacoma clay artists known as club mud. Internationally renowned for his work, he was selected to be a monbusho fellow (japanese ministry of education fellow) and researched ceramics in japan, where he enjoyed honored artist status. Stevens work and that of his students was featured in several exhibitions, and he appeared in the december 2001 issue of ceramics monthly. This measures 2 3/4" high x 5 1/2" widerim to rim. I have provided a lot of pictures to best describe the condition of this dresser box.
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