I'm thinking Italian/Murano or Chinese. I'm also thinking it's a relatively recent or new piece.
Can anyone tell me, what's the conventional wisdom on the base being NOT polished? Does that automatically disqualify it as being Murano? If not, does it signify that it's made by a low-quality producer? A Formia bird I posted last week doesn't have a polished base, but is (in my opinion) very high quality.