It is known that she worked for the Sandwich Glass factory in 1880. Most often, the name "Mary Gregory" is referred to the glass with white enamel paintings on colored glass.The technique, however, originated in Germany around 1870s - the American implementation of it was secondary. This serving stein is German, and it was made in the 1880s. The stein is made of hand-blown bottle-green glass with some texture on the surface, creating a wonderful optical effect. The handle is formed into a floral stem and manually applied. The lid is pewter with ornate thumblift and three ring open type hinge. The picture is painted with white enamel with different layers forming shades and even relief giving a fantastic impression.
It shows a young girl in a snowy forest admiring a flower - maybe a first snowdrop. Great serving stein with wonderful theme and in excellent condition.
It is very large and impressive, standing 13.5 tall to the top of the thumblift, 2 L capacity. Get images that make Supersized seem small. Great serving stein with wonderful theme a.