100% Nazeing from the 1930's. I
refer to it as 'Mottled' - in this case Mottled Pink and White. They also produced mottled blue and white, but to date I haven't found any other combination. I would not rule out other combinations though
I have an identically shaped vase in another colour way sitting on the mantle shelf that I'm looking at whilst typing. That one is a deep pink with white, but with the colour laid in in the basic way.
It may have a simple shape Bernard, but this really is not the same as the green vase you have "had in stock for some time". Yours is heavier, with a thick casing, the green is laid in differently and it has a perfectly round, centred and polished pontil - not Gray-Stan (or as you say Nazeing) characteristics. (NOTE: Nazeing do however do a very
thick casing that makes any item made that way overly heavy - there was an example in the exhibition at Lowewood.) Whilst the shape might be similar, it has not so far been recorded in any known colourway by Gray-stan (or Nazeing).
Just checked Geoff's book - see the footed bowl at the back of plate 35 on page 51. The 1930's label that is illustrated on page 47 is from a bell vase that I own in the same mottled pink and white - look around the label and you'll see the colour.
PS. Sorry ended up editing several times just after posting - usually I do this before posting to avoid mistakes :oops: