Tony, et al â€” the three items of table glass are not in Jobling's 1936 catalogue. Of course they could have been Greener/Jobling from the '20s or earlier, as by 1936 Jobling's production of flint tableware was obviously being wound down apart from the Weardale and 1054/1054Â½ suites.
1054/1054Â½ is interesting. It is a very simple pattern with clean lines, 1054 with a 16-point base star with alternate points slightly longer, 1054Â½ without. No other decoration, I have a lovely 1054 cupped 1+6 fruit set which is in intermittent use. Low cupped floating bowls were made in both versions.
The 1054Â½ floating bowl was also made in jade, and a few were sold as sets with the jade 2541 Statue and Block (the scantily clad lady figurine with grapes), probably only for a very short time before Christmas 1933. This is illustrated in the centre of a full page advertisement in PG of September 1, 1933, reproduced in Baker & Crowe. Note that 2541 is an anagram of 54Â½, probably how they chose the pattern number. It is shown with a strange tall plinth, probably just artistic licence, as there is no base ring on the floating bowl to locate with a plinth, and the two sets I have seen have both been plinthless. The ex-factory gate trade on this set was 5/4Â½, which indicates a probable retail price of 8/11 or 9/11. Expensive but quite beautiful; in my opinion much more elegant than the later sets in Fircone and other patterned bowls with added plinths.
As for attribution by comparison of lettering punches, Tony, it obviously has to be a perfect match on both size and font.