"the ground rim..." I'm glad you mentioned that. I know that's a common trait in Bohemian glass, but I wondered whether it was also fairly common in British wares, or are fire-finished rims much more prevalent? American glass rarely has ground rims (except in cut glass).
I would have though the crimped glass on the blue vase could be English, as well as Bohemian. I have a feeling many of my preconceptions about European glass will fall by the wayside if I hang around here!
The strawberry question makes me wonder about yet something else: how Bohemian imports to Britain might have differed from those to the US. Truitts talk about how Harrach had excellent marketing research, tailoring their wares to whatever country the glass was bound for. I've looked at quite a lot of Bohemian glass (or photos, anyway), and although the styles are extremely variable, in America anyway they aren't unlimited. Perhaps that's explained by the styles that were exported to us.
When I saw the yellow spatter vase, my first thought was British, too. But the more I learn, the more confusing it all becomes!