I had seen this vase for some months on the fleamarket (professional dealer), quite liked it and had it in my hands several times but didn't want to spend a serious amount of money; until yesterday, when the seller obviously didn't want to carry it home once more, and left it to one of the people who sell the remains of other sellers in the late afternoon; he wanted 1 Euro for it, so now it is mine
Stands 21,5 cm tall and is quite heavy. Rim is ground and bevelled, outside has an irregular bumpy structure, inside is smooth. It is mould-blown, I guess. Quite a lot of wear to the bottom.
The colour is a really glowing golden-amber -- that is why I checked it under my poor UV lamp: and the cut rim glows green! So I guess there is some Uranium in it...
Ideas? - Age, country,...? I guess because the shape is so common it will be quite impossible to ID this, but any suggestions very much appreciated!