firstly I just wanted to add to my long post just above Frank's, that both the jug with drips from the neck that I linked to, and the vase with the bird and the blossom and branches with the tooled applied rim that I linked to above, are a flattened oval in shape i.e not as deep as they are wide - this is the same as my jug which also has a flattened oval shape base
Frank, I think the only point that they have made, to be honest, is that the glass they use is not the type of glass where you could successfully add drip trails and snakes etc. The good thing about that point is that I see many many jugs and vases that have these applied glass bits on them, id'd as Moser. What it tells me, based on the information Moser have given, is that some of them might be enamelled by Moser, but the blanks definitely will not have been made by them as they glass they use is not conducive to successfully being able to attach applied decoration in this type of form.
With regard the enamelling, I'm afraid I don't think they really covered that point, or at least I did not understand if they did.
On the other hand, I've not yet come across a piece they have done where I can be sure the mark is definitely a Moser mark, that has the same type of enamel as my jug, not one, apart from the tumble up I linked to, and that does not show a picture of the mark on the listing.
All the enamelled pieces that have their signature, have enamel that is outlined in some way. So it could be that they just did not use the enamel products used on my pitcher or on the vase I linked to which enable enamels to be put on without an outline to 'contain' the enamel section. Which must be necessary for some reason? This is all supposition on my part as I don't understand enamels. But I can;'t fathom any other reason why each section of enamel would need to be outlined, but on my jug this is not the case.
BTW, you know the jug I linked to a couple of posts up, that has the bird on, that has been attributed to Moser but no sig or reference to be seen ...the bird has crazing on the enamel. I've seen that jug or similar elsewhere id'd as Moser as well. Does any one know if it is in the Baldwin book please? just as a matter of curiosity