I don't usually comment on live auctions but, for info:
The weight is one of a type that is usually said to be northern Bohemian, and is typical of the design with green-and-mica base (some are gold coloured instead of green) and assorted scattered millefiori. A few like this are known with a cane showing an "R" inside an outline of a crown - a mark for Riedel. So these days, the green-and-mica with scattered canes are said to be Riedel.
Nice weights, often with a good selection of fascinating canes. Another, which in 1999 was attributed simply to "Haida c1880-1910", is shown here
. [The comment that Strathearn produced broadly similar weights is true, but refers to the scattered cane concept rather than the green-and-mica base!]