Sue Rioux's Dos Equis features many glass techniques. The body of the scope has bubbly slumped glass. The bottom has a regular smooth sheet of glass. The bottom also features a stand that is fastened on so you can take it anywhere and set it somewhere without worrying about keeping track of another piece of the scope. The cell is divided into two sections, one with blues, blacks, and whites, and the other side has neon colors. They turn together because they are fastened together. The mirror system is also in two sections. One is a two mirror and the other a three mirror. You have basically two scopes in one because there are two different eyepieces. The scope is also signed, dated, and named by the artist Sue Rioux a Maine native.
The dimensions of the scope are: 7 1/2 inches by, 4 inches by, 1 1/2 inches.