Dave - Yours is the large Jobling jade 2077 bowl, absolutely, 100%, no question at all.
The problem with it is that it Jobling made it different enough from the American / Georgian pattern to escape any accusation of plagiarism, as they added a sunburst star at the base of the handles on the large bowl and between the handles on the small bowl. So should the two Jobling bowls be included with the genre? I prefer to keep them separate.
If you consider Tony's discovery in topic Chippendale Jacobean & Georgian
, you will see that Fostoria were importing their American pattern into Britain via their agent, National Glass Co. With any range going into a new market, there are styles that are different. This explains the strange mix of styles made by Bagley. On their own they are puzzling; considered as a supplement to the US range for the British market they make sense. Just to confuse things, Bagley themselves named this range Honeycomb!
The Davidson cube sugar pot is interesting because there was no accompanying cream jug, and it looks to me as if it was made from an old Fostoria mould, punched with the inscription "MADE IN ENGLAND". Here the initial target market was fairly obviously the catering trade. That one example I found with a slotted preserve pot lid was an unusual exception.
Does that make sense?