thanks to both of you.
Sorry to hear of the damage Tony - I guess thinking about it there must have been many a bowl sent to the graveyard by people dropping their frogs onto the bowl/dish. Wet fingers and heavy frogs do not make for a safe combination. I'm the least expert person re Cloud Glass, but colour wise we tend to see the amber/brown ones most frequently here, and these green pieces I understand were made for only a limited period prior to the second war, and as a consequence are far less common. Discounting the specialist antique sites, I have seen very few of these really large dishes/bowls around the boot sales and charity shops. Re damage - being cloud glass probably hides the damage more that in clear or plain glass.
I believe that these large frogs are also difficult to come by, unfortunately.
Anik - would agree with you that this green is very attractive - but what's with this "color" - why are you siding with the guys on the other side of the pond?