Sue I'm confused, probably because I did what I shouldn't do and posted two posts at the same time. Which one do you not think is Monart? Do you mean you're sure my lampbase isn't Monart ? BobCrooks and Anthony stern have done some lattice ware but I feel sure this is neither.
I am wondering about Vasart? I came across a red lattice bowl at a Lyon and Turnbull sale that was identified as Vasart and quite neatly done lattice work that I think has similarities.http://www.lyonandturnbull.com/asp/fullCatalogue.asp?salelot=299+++++++16+&refno=++134216
and I'm still wondering if it is Nazeing. Anita has a white combed piece that was identified as Nazeing and is a very neatly done and finished piece.
I think I've worked out a bit more about the lamp.
a) I think the combing was done in a dip mould with odd and even spikes so the combing looks the way it does and makes a sort of diamond shape pattern as it is pulled out of the mould, then the piece was twisted once it had been pulled out of the mould and blown a bit further.
b) I think the green is the inner layer, then the combing in pink and white enamel then the whole outer layer is very thinly cased amber with the amber only making up the foot? does that make sense? that would explain why the combing looks off white and why the green is such a gorgeous green (amber laid over bottle green maybe? )