This is Northwood's No. 656 7.5" footed comport made 1922-25 at H. Northwood Co., Wheeling West Virginia. After the piece comes out of the press mould, it's warmed in so that the flared/cupped finish can be created by a skilled glassworker in what was called "the chair" in the UK (we call it a finisher's bench here in the US). The basic mould was used for several different shapes, a good economy we still try to maintain today at Fenton. This piece and many others are illustrated in "Harry Northwood: The Wheeling Years, 1901-1925."
Harry Northwood passed away in 1919, and I'm now having a great time figuring out what he learned at the Stourbridge School of Art in the 1870s.