The object in the pictures is 38cm high and weighs 870g. The remnant of a sticker and the acid etched signature identify it clearly as made by Thomas Webb and Sons. However I know little about British glass and would appreciate a closer identification of designer and date. It looks late 1960s or early 1970s to me.
The nearest I can find in the reference material I have available is the 'Flair Collection' designed by David Hammond and Stan Eveson and introduced in January 1962, shown in plate 645 on page 302 of Hajdamach's 20th Century British Glass. The amber colour and approximate date seem plausible. However that reference says the items in that range were shaped by the 'wet stick' method not by blowing. That process does not describe the present object.
Can someone help with more information? We have a blue Webb bowl with many bubbles that may be in the same range. I will post that one separately.