Fenton Art Glass
Mary Gregory Style

Background on "Mary Gregory" Style

The distinctive "Mary Gregory" style decoration on glass is one of Fenton's most popular grouping.  The decorating techniques use several different shades of white enamel paint to create unique shading & details.
"Mary Gregory" style is a term used to describe glassware of any color or design that has been painted with white enamel in a two-dimensional profile style.   Most of the decorations depict children at play, but eventually various scenes were developed.
This style has also been called "Poor Man's Cameo" or "Quarkmanl" (white people).
History has it that a woman by the name of Mary Gregory worked as a decorator for the Boston & Sandwich Glass Company between 1880 & 1884, but there has never been any real proof that she painted in this particular style.
An announcement was made on 7-6-11 from Fenton Art Glass that they are shutting down production of traditional glassware, which includes the collectible items and home decor and figurines.
As items sell out on our website, we will remove them for ordering.

"A Clear Day for Flying" Pitcher
Sky Blue Satin Glass
~ 2008 Mary Gregory Style Series ~
Mary Gregory-Style painting features a boy in a meadow flying a kite.
Size:  7" high
Introduced in early 2008
Retired Spring 2008
Order:  #8143-B8
Price Was:  $125.00
Sale Price:  $110.00
On some items, you will see "Retired".
That means Fenton is no longer making that item - we still have it available as long as it appears on our website.
~ All Sales Final on Retired Fenton Glass ~

Fenton Art Glass - Mary Gregory Style Collection

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