sorry Keith - missed your contribution........... not sure if you're missing your upper part, or if you're occasionally weeping
the attached pix show a clear scent, and as Ivo says, these things are mould made initially - obviously they are then partly cut presumably to improve the shape and reflective qualities - but I'm still unsure as to how the mould part of the process is done.
On this example the stopper appears to be cut entirely, whilst the body looks to have been cut around the neck and on the underside only.
The very deep mitres under the base have no doubt removed any pontil or mould scar, I think. No matching nos. that I can see.
Am sure this is not the same age as Anne's, but not really sure other than early C20 perhaps, and doesn't look to be from the U.K.
About 7" to top of spire (c. 180 mm).
Any thoughts?? thanks for looking