I'm pretty sure it is Venetian. The glass is way to thick and heavy for Bohemian or English. The combed-cane legs were popular in Murano. It is closer to Burmese than peach blow. Most of the peach blow I have seen has been thin with a white inlay. This vase is as thick as a pottery pot.
It shares a lot of its design features with rose bowls by Stevens & Williams, except the S&W vases are dainty. It may be that someone was making a rose bowl to look like it was Venetian, but I have a feeling that it is Venetian.
Hope someone will have an idea who made this type of glass,