Vintage Mary Gregory glass made in cobalt featuring a young boy playing with a bird. The boy is painted on with white enamel paint. The 5 ½ inches tall bell might have been made by Fenton; there is no sticker or mark. Original Mary Gregory glass began in Sandwich, Mass. During the 1870-88 time period by the Sandwich glass co. Mary Gregory used children in her scenes. She died in 1908 and since then this type of glass style has been referred to as Mary Gregory glass. There is no damage to the bell or the Motif. There are no chips, cracks, or repairs.
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