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Mary Gregory (1880-1890)
Rare white enameled blue tinted crystal fireplace insert in light relief called "Mary Grégory" representing young women and children and putti against a background of flowers and landscape.
It consists of a round bowl and a pair of large tulip-shaped vases, all three on cylindrical plinths with gold moldings and false sockets with falling rings. In perfect condition !
Ht. total cut 47 cm - D. 27 cm
Ht. total of the vases 71 cm - D. 19 cm
Mary Gregory (1856 - May 24, 1908) is an American artist specializing in enameled glass.
From 1880 to 1890, she worked with her sister at the Boston and Sandwich Glass Company. She has the particularity of having represented in her works only children and characters in the Victorian style in the middle of natural settings, quite similar to the illustrations of Kate Greenaway.
His enamelled subjects, of a very typical milky white and very recognizable, were carried out by application on colored glass.
Some works are in the Metropolitan Museum of art.
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