Hello Keith. Christine was of course referring to one of Barrie Skelcher books devoted to examples of U. glass i.e BBoVG - aka 'The Big Book of Vaseline Glass', and whilst I am one of Christine's biggest fans, I do not agree with this sort of abbreviation. Not everyone will necessarily know what this sort of cryptic reference means, and I believe that book titles should be given in full. That said, I am full of admiration that Christine was able to id my glass that quickly, and that accurately - something I was unable to do.
I'm not entirely sure what you mean when you say 'flecked' - are you saying that yours is exactly the same as mine - except that it is a green 'ice/crackle' instead of gold/amber. In the aforesaid book, Skelcher shows an example identical to mine - except that it is in green glass and, I assume, it flouresces. I am a little worried that yours does not have a pontil scar. Does your piece glow under the torch???
I have no objection to you adding a pic. of your example to this thread, otherwise we will not know exactly what yours looks like. Christine is doubltess more qualified to answer your question than me.
Oh, why can't I keep my replies short :cry: