I can't add a great deal about Carrillo, it is a name I have been looking into for some time but I can find few references. Having handled a few, I'm certain the Carrillo pieces date from the 1920's or 30's; there seems to be a resonable range of items, I recently had a tall vase with a stylised leaf design with this mark and have seen various patterns of bowls. The only colours I have seen are opal and a greyish tinted clear glass, very similar to that made by other French makers of the time.
Carrillo pieces don't tend to fetch huge prices, I suspect largely because few people are familiar with the mark. In my opinion, they are nice quality, equally as good as their better known contemporaries. This item will have more appeal being in opal glass, however.
Regarding the rim, I personally would rather see it with honest nibbles/ wear & tear rather than ground. Grinding would affect the proportions and remove the original rim finishing.