feel best to start a new post -although this has, I think, strong connections with the immediately previous thread started by Paul Bowen.
My knowedge of these prewar/1950's is poor at best, and initially I thought this was Nazeing, until I picked it up, then confusion reigned. The colourway is what appears to be a very pale amethyst - it has all of the requisite elongated bubbles, but has as you can see a snapped pontil scar, and the base of the inside is 'domed' a little. There is a folded rim (did Nazeing go in for folded rims?) - but what is possibly most confusing is the surface of the outside, which is rough and actually quite pitted, more so towards the base. It doesn't have that surface smoothness (and the ground concave pontil mark) that my one and only piece of Nazeing possess. I thought of Walsh Pompeian, which was produced in amethyst, and which might have that rough outter surface. It does ring like some of the best wfrs.
, and as you can see quita bit of age judging by the matt wear ring under the foot. Anyway, all at sea, so more than greatful for any help please, and thanks for looking.