I agree with Ivo's comment about items with raised enamel flowers - mostly from Egermann. When I bought an example some years back, it was originally labelled on the stall as "Italian", which is what I thought these were, but the stallholder let me have it very cheaply. I then realised that it was probably a case of a long-unsold item being finally recognised as "new"!
My problem at the time was that items with wide gilded rims and gilded body sections all looked "Italian" to me. But when I bought a copy of the Truitts' book, Bohemian Glass, I saw many examples, including one much like mine.
However, the vase shown by David seems to me to have "flat" enamelling, not the obvious raised type of the confused "Italian / Bohemian" pieces. The vase shape and colour and its general decorative application is much like a well-worn pair given to me by a friend who used to work at a charity shop :!:. My pair have "silvered" decoartion rather than gilded and show stylistic gondolas and floral motifs.