thanks for posting the photo of the cherry cruet, & mentioning that it is by Fratelli Toso, that is very interesting to find out. I happen have a big basket in the very same style, purchased on Ebay just over a year ago.
The negative blacklight test rules it out as true Burmese, so "Burmese like" is a reasonable description.
Real Burmese, whether the Victorian originals by Webb & Mt Washington, or the more recent Fenton items, contain uranium, thus producing a green glow under the blacklight.
The texture is another tell-tale area. Victorian era Burmese (the satin finished type) & other satin glass, has an incredibly silky smooth texture. It was created by applying "white acid" to the item.
Later satin finish glass, dating from the mid 20th century like this rose bowl (& the Fenton Burmese item you had) received their texture from sandblasting rather than acid. This is why the texture is somewhat slightly granular, like the surface of unglazed clay, as you previously mentioned.