here then are the pics. of a smallish Stuart 'apple green' Stratford pattern 'whatever' - possibly a vase? The Stuart pattern No. is 22887. I actually paid three quid to a guy at a collectors fair, and told him that it was uranium (had left the torch in the car, can you believe it
. In fact it is not U., but is nonetheless an interesting piece which I like, particularly since I don't yet have any 'apple green' from this group. Apparently, this series was started in 1921, and individual designs were introduced over the next 30 years or so (at least) - with an alternative colour of 'golden amber' also available. Anyway, bearing in mind the images of my previous post, wud anyone like to have a stab as to when this particular piece might have been made.
Thanks for looking - cheers Paul S.
References: 'British Glass Between The Wars' - Edited by Roger Dodsworth - Exhibition Catalogue for Broadfield House - first printing 1987.
Miller's 20th - Century Glass - Edited by Andy McConnell - first printing 2006.