I can appreciate you might feel at this point, but let me assure that I don't believe that any of the comments are intended to personal comments directed at you. I think there are a number of factors here:
1. The signature on this piece doesn't fit it in with what many of have us know and have read about how Orrefors pieces are marked. I've believed that from the start. This anomaly leads us, well, at least me, to approach the piece with some caution. How do we explain the anomaly?
2. It also might be someone else added "Orrefors", which, after all is the name of a town. There was an engraver who added Orrefors to pieces he bought from Sea Glasbruk, amongst others. As an experienced glass collector, I'm sure you've seen signatures on pieces that shouldn't be there. I've seen obvious examples where the clear intent is fraud, I've seen examples, where someone has just inscribed the wrong attribution long after production, and I've seen a piece labeled as something inferior to what it actually is. Again, this leads me to approach the piece with caution, not judging it as either good or bad, but not being influenced solely by what the marking says.
3. I think we're a little uncertain about the depth of knowledge from Kristina. I read a reply from her in another recent thread, and I really couldn't estimate the the depth of her knowledge, and, consequently, how much faith I should have in her response.
4. English is not the first language of all the people responding to this thread, including Kristina. Our good friend Jindrich put it very well in another thread today, "Please take it easy, I have found than some English speaking people are fiinding much more behind the words really typed.
Please note that not everybody had got this Got's penalty to get English as the first language."
I've been really interested in this piece from the first as I know what interesting stuff you find. You've had a number of interesting suggestions and I don't think we're quite at the stage of even a possible attribution if your intent is resale. I'd love to see more photographs when you have time and I look forward to reading more of what Kristina writes.