I think it's associated most with Loetz and Kralik, but don't have any documentary corroboration, and certainly known throughout the 'trade' as 'tango'.
Most often designed to fit a metal 'rose-grill', and presumably sold as 'rose vases'.
You can also find them in darker oranges and reds, with several different colour techniques (most typically red and yellow streaks in a clear base).
Several of the designs have a black or darker area at the base with some type of irregular or 'flame' effect leading to the orange top. At some time there was an attempt to use cappuchino colours in place of the bright orange.
Although they are most commonly found with a simple 'painted line on the rib' there are also versions with architectural motiefs transfer-applied in various styles.
We have about 40 so far ;-)
It CERTAINLY was a 'wannahave' for the 1920s -30's and often graced the mantlepiece as a foil against the (for modern taste) dark interior, with a candle next to it!
My under-educated guess is that versions of this idea will have been produced by several factories since several other similar designs were widely 'cloned' at that time!