Opaque white, amethyst lead glasses; blown, overlaid, etched, cameo-carved. Tall, ovoid shape; with flared rim and waisted neck; rounded base, flared foot; white overlaid on amethyst, cameo-carved to create a formal Greek-key border interspersed with triangular motifs, and a formal leaf band below; side with a full-length standing figure of a woman, in diaphanous dress, holding one arm at her chin; standing alongside a plinth with raised formal foliate design, and an urn of fruit on tripod stand, with ram's heads at the tops of the legs, and animal paw feet; a classical pitcher alongside on the pavement; signed below the plinth, at the lower right, "T. & G. Woodall" in script; on the reverse, a formal stylized foliate ornament with two dolphin; formal zigzag band with florets below; foot rim with a series of leaves; foot rim ground flat, pontil mark ground concave, with acid-etched inscription "+ A . MAID . OF . ATHENS +" in an arc, and the factory mark "WEBB" in a square with fans along the sides.