Definition of Mary Gregory in English:

Mary Gregory

noun

Art
  • A type of decorative glassware manufactured in the United States towards the end of the 19th cent., which is typically tinted and painted with designs, especially figures of children, in white enamel. Frequently attributive, especially in "Mary Gregory glass".

Origin

1950s. From the name of Mary Gregory, artist at the Boston & Sandwich Glassworks, Massachusetts, who was taken to have originated the style.

Pronunciation

Mary Gregory

/ˌmɛːri ˈɡrɛɡ(ə)ri/