Porcelain. White molded body w/clear glaze. Standing figure of woman in neo-classical gown holding hatchet in her right hand and two scalps in her left hand. She is standing on tapered rectangular pedestal surmounted by gold enamel platform. Gown is of burnished brown; arms, shoulders and head are highlighted with brown flesh tones; hair is red/brown. The hatchet head is highlighted with silver enamel; scalps are highlighted with red. Front of pedestal reads: "HANNAH DUSTON/GRANITE STATE /HEROINE OF 1697". Silk screened. Silk screened on back of pedestal: "FIRST WOMAN HONORED/BY A STATUE IN THE/UNITED STATES - 1874 /Led massacre & scalping/of ten Indians at Boscawen,/New Hampshire, & escaped/back to her Haverhill, Mass./family."
Stamped on the bottom: "@CREATION OF JAMES B. BEAM/DISTILLING CO./KY - 230/GENUINE REGAL CHINA 1973 C. MILLER/REGAL CHINA CORPORATION/145/LIQUOR BOTTLE/DHN".