Hi guys, I have the answer!
Pauly company buys most part of their items from different glassmakers. They had also a small furnace producing some classic glassworks (filigree, crystal and gold, etc., etc.) up to some years ago. I rember that approx. 10 years ago they had De Santi as master glassmaker: very good glassblower...
In the last 4-5 years the company changed owners and it looks they reduced a lot their core business (they did some huge auctions to rid the stock), but they still have their points of sales.
Concerning this vase... The answer is...
Yes, the company who made some of the nicer paperweights during the '90s and beginning '000s.
During the last years of activity they tried to use some of their nice and complex murrina canes for some small production of vases.
The result was good due to the murrinas are very superior than the usual murrinas by F3 and Moretti, but the glassblowing technique of the two guys working there, was not so good and the pieces were a little too heavy and not very simmetrical. This problem is evient expecially when they tried to make the vases a little bigger.
I bought and sold some of these works, in Venice, to private collectors and also on the web.
Knowing the original wholesale value, I can tell you that you bought this piece for a reasonable price. They offered several pieces in consignment (they were not known on the market as "vases producers") and, after the company has closed (mid '000s), it is possible that some pieces were lost in some shops without to be payed (in this case I can explain this price...)
May be I still have some old photos of their vases in some hard disk. If I will find them I will post here...
Only a small but interesting detail... Also if they can be considered at 110% as Murano glass, the glass used to make these wonderful murrinas has a different "coefficiente di dilatazione" (I don't know how to say in english) than the usual Murano glass normally used to blow goblets, vases etc.