1923-28. Print. Generally black and yellow, but variations include: all black, black with blue, black with orange. 19x19 and 26.5x26.5mm
The origin of the designation Gloria Lustre is unknown but the name comes into use when Gordon Forsyth (the then Superintendent of Art Education in Stoke-on-Trent and a friend of AEGray) collaborated in the production of lustre ware: 'An outstanding feature will be the Gloria lustre, wherein the firm have utilised in some measure the services of Mr Gordon Forsyth' (Pottery & Glass Record Feb 1923 p358). Note that one of AEGray's grandchildren, born in 1929, was named Gloria.