Hi, I have today purchased the vase in the picture, for no other reason than I liked it. The seller did not know a lot about it, but believed it to be victorian, and enamelled. it is made of white glass, cased in yellow, which is primrose at the base, turning to near orange at the top. There are no signatures or marks, and the base is concave. There are very good, white, believed to be enamelled flowers & leaves , [possibly dog rose or perennial geraniums], and a row of tiny white dots around the top. It is 8" tall, & a max. of 4" diam.
I would be very grateful for any idea of who made it, when, and is it actually enamelled?
Many thanks, John [jal]