For confirmation, and with good photos, the eBay weight discussed has a "SL 1954" cane but the "4" is certainly not easy to read without a good close-up view.
Whether people consider the weight to be of poor or good overall quality is a matter of personal opinion. Looking at the set up of the canes, it can be seen that there are seven "inner cane spokes" which are not evenly spaced, and there are only six "outer cane spokes", all of which does not make geometric symetry.
However, in the main, the nature of the pattern is well formed and the bed of latticino is nicely set. The outer canes are well selected with six repeating groups of six different canes. Also, the clear dome is very good with no striations or devitrification and only a couple of very tiny air bubbles. From the side view, it is seen that there are no bubbles amongst the canes and the curve of the cane layer is very even. The only obvious side view "glitch" is that the underside of the canes have been squashed outwards at the edges giving a slightly untidy look.
Images by current owner, size reduced and optimised by me, included with permission.Top ViewSide ViewBase ViewSignature Cane