Looking at a very recent uranium glass post, it struck me how varied the daylight colours can be.........so here are some colour variations, and you will have to take my word for it that they do all glow. Won't itemize them all, but just to say they include Bagley, Webbs, R/Brierley (possibly), J. Derbyshire (the tall goblet in pic. two), Davidson, Richardson, Baccarat, Jobling (jade), S. Reich, Percival Vickers (possibly) and Stevens & Williams (possibly), and of course there are some I will never know. The two squat yellowish necked vases are possibly unused cameo blanks, and you can see the goblet in Cyril Manley's book on page 102 (if only it actually was that one
). I have posted the globular crimson streaked bowl before, but it remained uncommented on. It is very unusual, and had it not been uranium cud possibly have been Scottish Clutha - I've seen pieces of dull green in the V. & A. with this almost blood red streaking - but I think it might be Continental. Anyone like to have another stab at it?