I was only commenting re celery in view of the shape, but do appreciate it's far too small Anne. If the base of yours has a mechanically polished indent, then that seems to indicate the removal of the pontil scar - as opposed to the effect being produced by a mould, which I'm assuming is not what you are suggesting. The absence of a backstamp really means nothing - quite common with Webb, apparently.
I've looked in Dodsworth's 'British Glass Between The Wars' and he shows 'Cascade', 'Wave', 'Bulls Eye' and 'Venetian Ripple' (sounds like an ice cream flavour) - but not the pattern here. He shows a footed Sunshine Amber 'Bulls Eye' glass very similar in shape and size to my two new pieces as attached - so obviously these smallish footed glasses were a not uncommon item for Webb, during the '30's and '40's. I think these two small conical things of mine are the same pattern (as the first piece here), although would seem we are still without a name for it. Both the blue and yellowish little glasses have the late '30's backstamp - but I made a mistake - the yellow one is NOT uranium, and don't think it's Sunshine from the Gay Glass range - what colour do I call it? - they both stand at 3.1/8" tall - might they be cocktail glasses do people think.
P.S. I do sympathize re the boot sale situation - we're spoilt for choice here in the civilized world - there is a big event I think on each of the four Easter days. Oh well, more goodies for me - fortunately, I don't think there too many GMB members in my area.