IMO not Hoglund.
Ofcourse I could have missed it, but I have 3-400 pieces from hoglund, several productions catalogues, i have worked at Boda, and see Hoglund pieces daily, this is a piece that I have never seen unfortunately.
Curious that my Californian friend has very similar signed examples - but then I suppose a lot of companies were producing terribly similar forms. So it seems attribution is back in the air, although a lot of the decanter's quirks do seem to indicate a Höglund or at least 'inpsired by-' design.
That said, my collection of Lütken glass has, over the years, extended to probably more than 1,000 pieces and still I'm constantly surprised by obscure or overlooked designs that emerge on the secondary market!
Craig - I used to be the same, loathing to break sets up, but recently I've found that some sets are impossible to sell together and have taken to breaking them up into individual glasses. The only line I draw is if they come in their original box - then come hell or high water, they get marketed as a complete set.
Needless to say, I have an attic full of boxed sets of glasses.