picture four shows the standard Stuart 'Woodchester' pattern - stylized fern leaf, unpolished within the cutting (which is not a full mitre cut). When I saw this small vase with a flared rim (bit like a jelly glass), with its rather obvious fern leaf decoration, I assumed it was Woodchester - although the piece is without any marks, but it does have a large quality ground/polished pontil mark similar to some Stuart pieces I have. However, on the small vase it can be seen that the cuts are proper mitres and the polishing goes right into the cuts. So, bit confused, although I do see (in Hajdamach's "C20 British Glass") that Irene Stevens did something for Webb Corbett called 'Wheatsheaf' (I appreciate this is NOT that design), which has a vaguely similar full mitre cut, on which there is a little pointed finial to the end of the wheatsheaf - bit like the pointed bit at the end of my fern leaf. My vase gives a very good ring, and is about 5.25"/130mm tall - but perhaps mine is just a 'Woodchester' with polished mitre cutting. All thoughts welcome, and thanks for looking.