The one above was the most recent one I owned but I've owned a few. They were all different but all have similarities - the opaline glass body the pale enamelled colours. This rose one was the one that stood out from the others but I think they are all from a similar region. Perhaps different villages had different designs?
I think the history of Transylvania as listed here in Wiki, might explain why I thought there were similarities with some Beykoz glass( the pieces with flowers on that I linked to earlier in the thread) and also why I think there are definite similarities with that Transylvanian vase I linked to on Pressglas Korrespondenz - 'Transylvania is a historical region in central Romania. It was part of the Dacian Kingdom (1st–2nd centuries CE), Roman Dacia (2nd–3rd centuries), the Hunnic Empire (4th–5th centuries), the Kingdom of the Gepids (5th–6th centuries), the Avar Khaganate (6th–9th centuries) and the 9th century First Bulgarian Empire. During the late 9th century, western Transylvania was reached by the Hungarian conquerors and later it became part of the Kingdom of Hungary, formed in 1000 CE. After the Battle of Mohács in 1526 it belonged to the Eastern Hungarian Kingdom, from which the Principality of Transylvania emerged. During most of the 16th and 17th centuries, the principality was a vassal state of the Ottoman Empire; however, the principality had dual suzerainty (Ottoman and Habsburg). In 1690, the Habsburgs gained possession of Transylvania through the Hungarian crown.'https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Transylvania
So there may have been outside influences on the region/s where these were made, hence them having a 'moorish' type style in some instances?