I'm fairly sure Bernard can be credited with being the person who said:-
An "ex" is a has-been, and a "spurt" is a drip under pressure.
Not really very complimentary!
The problem, Scavo, is if folk take vague spoutings and unfounded opinions seriously, then run with them, they end up, chinese-whispers-style, entering mainstream "knowledge and wisdom" and can be a flippin' nightmare to try to undo later.
Somebody could look at your listing and decide that you have a definitive and accurate id, and so on and so on......
I think the "Royal Bohemia" myth is just about eradicated; years and years on, we're still struggling to eliminate the completely wrong name for Mdina "Fish" vases; the story that a round polished pontil mark means exclusively
whitefrirs still circulates a bit; there is no such thing as "end-of-day" glass, but some clueless folk persists in promulgating the stupid notion.
It makes me scared to say anything - I don't want to be held responsible for being the origin of yet another stupid glass-urban myth, I really, really
Ioan Nemtoi, (now working in Canada) is a Romanian artist to be looking out for.
I know about him;
and in the past have had discussions here with other folk who have encountered this bubbled, organic, thick, lustred stuff with roughly ground bases.
It's not overly scarce, most folk who have it seemed to have thought; "hmmm, interesting.... I'll get it and find out about it... "
I believe it was Ivo who recognised the style as being Romanian. We really have not progressed any further than that.