It is certainly pressed. At first glance I thought it was Sowerby 2505 (wherever did all these later weird names come from?) but I can't be sure from the photo. Could we have a side view. please?
Yes, like you, Adam, I am sure it is a footed 2505 Salad
, as described in an early '30s trade catalogue. The version with the turned-over rim was then called a 2505 Centre Piece
. Quite a different mould to the 2505 Lily
, which came in four sizes (L, S, Posy and ?) and need more careful attribution as the two large sizes (L and S) were copied by a glassworks in mainland Europe. All of which goes to show that you should never ever call your first two sizes Large and Small, as you are left with a problem if you subsequently produce larger or smaller versions!