Academy award-winning actress Diane Keaton has been in love with California architecture since childhood. She's authored two books on design, bought and renovated countless homes, and is now celebrating the release of her second memoir, Let's Just Say It Wasn't Pretty. She has also, with her sister Dorrie Hall, been a collector of Southwestern and California vintage and antique pieces.
Blue ball pitcher with an ice lip and
a curved attached handle by Rumrill Pottery. Designed by George Rumrill of Little Rock, Arkansas in the 1930s. The interior of the pitcher has a cream color finish. Maker's mark on underside ...