I'm very happy with it, it's a little conundrum
Murano is a ways off IMHO, the colors are more old english than Murano in a way, except the dark green
used in the complex centers of the stars. That color feels more Boh.
Subdued colors is not the first thing that springs to mind when thinking of Murano weights
Happy, bright colors and plenty of them - that's Murano
I think the complex canes and layered white of the stars point away from Murano,
English makers used the layering technique f.ex. altho I'm sure they weren't alone.
The cane closeup pics I posted in the second post show the layers and centre quite well.
Intriguingly there are two weights in Jargstorfs book on p. 158 that have stars of a similar fashion,
one of which even appears to have a white C. style rose.
The centre rose to me suggests that the maker had seen and was being inspired by both Clichy and Baccarat.
The Clichy style rose is widely emulated now tho - the thick white parts of this one
remind me of Parpoint roses, luckily they have a very distinct style so easy to id.
The stars have a shape widely used by Clichy, but the complex centres are very different.
The bullseye centre of the rose is typical Baccarat.
The base and profile is very typical of classic French weights, polished concave with basal ring.
The wear is consistant with age.
I guess this is why the weight is so confusing, many elements that are familiar, complex canes to
suggest a maker of some skill, yet set poorly and canes with elements you almost can't see
without a magnifying glass.
I have a book ordered that KevH recommended on Boh. weights, it should be coming in the
same shipment as the B&S and NEGC book, if it yields something new I'll post