These are much clearer. Now can you send me a little bit of your 38 degrees, not all of it. It's -5 C here as we have an Arctic outflow.
I'm sure you've found out that battuto is a hot style right now, which doesn't help id your piece. There are quite a few current Murano artists using it. The most stunning I've seen are by Afro Celotto and Laura de Santillana (Alessandro Diaz de Santillana also does battuto). Battuto is also used by studio glass people and in Scandinavia. I would expect pieces from all three of thee categories to be signed. Which leaves older Murano or some place else; there are, for example other places in Italy that produce battuto. Battuto also seems to be made where labour is cheap, India, for example.
Would where you bought it provide any clues? You say you're some place hot right now.
My feeling is that it's not Murano, older or newer. It looks like it's a nice piece of glass, but I'd lean to a less well known maker, like the last two place I mentioned.
I'd be interested to her what others say about the colours.
BTW, I'd buy it if it came my way at a reasonable price, so I don't think you've made a 'mistake.'