Or..........It might even attract me!!!
This is NOT Nazeing. I rarely state things so categorically, but I believe that on this occasion it is correct to do so.
As many of the GMB readers will know, I do not believe that one characteristic in/on a piece of glass can be used to identify it - you need at least three.
The shape of this vase, its colour and the base finish, which shows that the piece was blown into a mould and, it would appear, has a cut top, all suggest that it is not Nazeing. Whilst items produced by Nazeing can be blown into a mould, these have known shapes.
My vote is that this is far younger , and may even have eminated from the emporium of T K Maxx. Certainly I used a beaker/tumbler/bucket form vase, in a recent talk about Nazeing, as a good example of mistaken identity. I bought it 18 months ago at T K Maxx with a Murano label on. It does not resemble the vase we are dicussing, but is just used as an example of how things can get mistaken. I bought it as a reference piece in order to avoid making mistakes in my quest to document Nazeing shapes and colours, which iI have been doing for longer than I have been dealing (I'm now in my 22nd year).
Sorry, but I think it's back to the drawing board!!