I found this beast on my "travels" yesterday. It surprised me a bit.
The mark, "Webb England" puts it between 1950 and 1966, but Hajdamach puts this series of vases, the "Flair Collection", in 1962. (p. 302, the 20th century book)
However, the text then gets confusing. It describes the technique used - that of the "wet-stick", steam from which was used to make the holes in the vessels.
all ok so far..... but, then he says; "Plain items were known as Haze, bubbled items as "Blue Galaxy".
Now, I'm aware he's referring tothe first colour to be produced at the time, which was blue.
Would this be described as "Golden Amber Galaxy", do folk think?
Beautifully made beast, the controlled bubbles are very well controlled - and the epicentre of the spiral of bubbles is actually deep inside the vase - there is an internal "raised" dome of clear glass in the bottom - the smallest bubbles cover this dome, then are sort of turned "inside-out", to sweep around the outside walls of the vessel.
The base has been cut and polished, to make it flat - it also has a round polished pontil mark - and on the flat cuts, the insides of some of the controlled bubbles are exposed.