1929        February 18 - March 1
14th British Industries Fair

White City, Shepherds Bush, London and at the Aerodrome, Castle Bromwich, Birmingham
 
P&GR 2.29 p49 (Fair preview):
AE Gray & Co Ltd, of Hanley, will also have a good variety of decorative china services and many fancy goods, toy tea sets etc. They specialise in hand-painted wares.
 
P&GR 3.29 p77 (Fair review):
AE Gray & Co Ltd, Glebe Works, Hanley. A special feature here was the bizarre patterned coffee services, etc. somewhat Cubist in type, with blobs of colour and streaks, with the blues, greens and reds violently contrasted. Quieter in tone was a range of en-suite ware, on grey-blue body, with soft yet fresh effects of colour with hand-painted centre sprays. The black and silver lustre border treatment, with centre conventional spray, in coffee, tea, and dinner ware, showed sound decorative planning. The decorative plates were also good in this respect. There were some admirable shapes in jugs on an ivory body, with well balanced bright freehand-painted patterns.
 
PG 4.29 p606 (Fair review):
AE Gray & Co Ltd, Glebe Works, Hanley, china and earthenware decorators, showed new treatments in useful and ornamental goods, from tableware to toy tea sets, with special emphasis upon modern hand-paintings of simplicity and restraint.
 
PG 4.28 p624 (Fair review):
AE Gray & Co Ltd, Glebe Works, Mayer Street, Hanley, who, in the arrangement of their stand, certainly strove hard to be noticed on the grounds of originality, displayed numerous styles of modernly decorated pottery for both utility and ornament.