Anne â€” Your jade waisted vase is almost certainly not Jobling, as I have been through their complete 1935/36 catalogue, and it is not in there. This lists everything that went into production in jade for the domestic sector, including the scarce 1054 plain floating bowl that accompanied the jade nude lady figurine for only a short season around Christmas 1933, before being replaced by the fircone or flower pattern bowl and having a plinth added to make a three-piece set. As with all trade catalogues, it tells us nothing about special orders, wholesaler or retailer exclusives, and designs that never made it into general production.
I've just checked out the Davidson hexagonal flower bowl and plinth in my new copy of "Davidson Glass a history". That's the first hexagonal one I've ever seen, but not the same dimensions for the above. Don't they look great displayed on plinths!
The hexagonal set came in two sizes, 24 at 11" and 24M at 8Â½". Note that Davidson cleverly avoided the delightful tangle that Sowerby got into when they named the first two sizes of a pattern "L" and "S", and then went on to produce two smaller sizes!
... and, yes, they always look so much better as complete sets. Look out for the post-war 24M set in a rich blue, a lovely set with matching coloured block and plinth. Cloud glass sets (other than orange cloud) always had matching fittings. Orange cloud and jade sets were sold with either matching or black fittings.