I bought this today but no idea if it's modern or vintage. There is little wear on the base; I i know that doesn't necessarily mean it can't be old and it could've stayed in the same spot for years. However, i'm also happy to accept it could be M&S. It's iridescent which is hard to photograph. No signs of a mould seam line, so probably blown into a mould? The iridescent finish has a kind satin feel and a crackle look on close inspection.
I had a little one with a similar effect on the surface. The Glass Message board said it's etched and that it could be by John Walsh Walsh.
Just my personal opinion, take it or leave it.
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many thanks - i'll look that up.
Look into 'stretch glass' too.
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Not Walsh Walsh. The effect on Walsh MoP is much finer, as is the glass. It would also likely have a sharp pontil mark
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