A snippet from the Molineaux Webb pressed glass catalogue...
There is one area where the pressed glass catalogue overlaps with the higher quality items in the pattern book, and that is in the area of candlesticks. All the pressed glass designs here were also made in non-pressed models, bar number 497.
The pressed glass drawings look more angular compared to the curvy pattern book drawings. I would date the designs to the 1850s.
It is unclear if any pressed pieces were coloured, but the pattern book versions certainly were, and they were nearly all given names like so:
492 = "No. 2 Piano" (pale yellow)
493 = Regina (amber)
494 = Florentine (white)
495 = Cambridge (pale green)
496 = Balmoral (white)
498 = no name given (sapphire blue)
So far I have only seen a single example of a Molineaux Webb candlestick, and it is from a photo sent to me by Dave Peterson of the Regina model 493. You can see it on the following page of my website:http://sites.google.com/site/molwebbhistory/Home/pattern