I can assure you that is not an Orange.
Lester Noble and Steve Wade started the company, was called something else until they hit on the name Orange with the original Clockwork in 1988.
Most of Orange's mainstream bikes of the '90s were made in taiwan but were finished and painted in the UK with handbuilt wheels and well specced groups. One of the appeals for early (1988 - 1995) Orange customers was the ability to choose your groupset and frame separatley, have a Clockwork with XTR or a Aliminuim Elite with LX, also extras like USE posts and such were able to be specced on the original build and incorporated into the price of the bike. Kind of a pic your own spec.
Some Orange bikes were built in the factory in Halifax, most notable was the Formula which was effectivly a custom sized Orange Prestige. The first road bike was the Dynamo which was built as a one off for a friend of Steve Wade, the polularity of this made a limited run of production Dynamo's feasable around 1994, some were steel, others Ti. I belive the 2nd incarnation of the Ornage Dynamo were in Aluminuim, toward the end of 1995.
That is not an Orange.
Somerset, like 'Heartbeat' with newer cars!
Retro MTB: 1992 Cannondale 3.0 Deore XT M730. 1992 Marin Pine Mountain Deore DX M650.
Retro road: 1992 Eddy Merckx Corsa Extra Telekom Shimano 600 STI. 1993 Dyna Tech Ti.
Modern: 2006 Wilier scandium Ultegra 6600. 2014 Wilier GTR Ultegra 6800.