I know I'm already maxed out with entries on the 'front page', but this is so intriguing me I just have to go for it. Assume it's a carafe of sorts (no stopper marks inside the neck), and the Rd. No. 75016 runs down to Edward Moore - first registered on 08/06/1887. This factory seemed very keen on gadrooning and pillars on their pressed glass. But what I've never seen previously is that the No. (clear and very sharp) is at the bottom on the inside
, and as the saying goes - 'how do they do it'? Grateful for any replies, and thanks for looking.