It is interesting that there are canes in that weight that have a star or daisy pattern. I have not noticed those before in Chinese weights. And yes, from a distance, the yellow-white-blue canes have a similarity to Scottish-style canes.
It would be difficult to say that there are no Ysart Brothers or Vasart Ltd canes that use yellow and dark blue in that type of pattern. But on a quick review of my own (not so many) weights from those periods none have a similar mix of yellow and dark blue.
And, more interestingly, I can only find one cane amongst my YB / Vasart Ltd weights that has a six-point star / cog / daisy! I had not really thought about that before. I wonder how common or rare that is.
On a general point, it seems to me that (most) concentric millefiori weights out of China are based on mid-20th century Murano concentric designs. In fact, some of those Murano weights have been mistaken for Scottish on more than one occasion.