I sent an email to Broadfield House with a photo of my Crinoline Lady, here is a copy of the reply.
Dear Tony Hodgson
Thanks for your email about your crinoline lady figurine.
I have looked at your photograph and, as you say, there are considerable differences between your crinoline lady and the one illustrated in the Jobling catalogue (presume you are referring to the catalogue published by Tyne and Wear Museums in 1985?). I doubt whether Jobling would have produced two different models, so my feeling is that your figurine is unlikely to have been made by Jobling. Jobling got quite a few of their ideas for pressed glass from the continent of Europe, so I suspect that your figurine is probably a continental example, perhaps Czechoslovakian, which Jobling used as the inspiration for their own version.
We have one of the Jobling crinoline ladies in our collection, and I attach a photograph. The figure is 9.5 ins high (24 cms) and is not marked.
I hope this information is of use.
Broadfield House Glass Museum
PS Sorry, can't attach the image because of technical problems. Will do so when sorted out.
I will post a copy of the photo when Roger sends it.