Mary Gregory

noun Mary Gre·go·ry \-ˈgreg(ə)rē, -rāg-\

Definition of Mary Gregory

  1. :  colored glassware of a popular 19th century style marked by white enamel decoration usually including figures of children

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Origin and Etymology of mary gregory

after Mary Gregory †1908 decorator for the Boston & Sandwich Glass Company, Sandwich, Massachusetts


First Known Use: 1959


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