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This is a golden amber bubbly tumbler vase, height 6" 15cm, weight 8oz 234g, a milled applied footring, and two discordant central bands of four raspberry prunts. The glass glows a bright orangey red under my UV tester lamp. You can see where the applied footring starts and finishes at the top of my photograph of the base.
While it looks
very Whitefriars, I can't find it in Jackson, Evans, or on the websites. Also the bubbles are quite different to the controlled bubbles found in, for example, the Daimler and the Dunhill Prong Ash Trays, and the pieces shown in Jackson p.132 Plate 136. They are much smaller, more stretched, more variable in size, more numerous, and more random.
Enlightenment sought please, particularly manufacturer / designer and dates. A pattern name or number would be a nice bonus.
Thanks for your time,