The mixture of molded pattern with the gray cut cross hatching says newer Eastern Europe or maybe Turkey
Same plate slumped the other way.
Heating the plate over a form until it "slumped" is a two step process most like done by crafters. This looked Mexican or Portugal to me.
These basket shaped pieces werepopular about 25 ears ago most likely Chinese,
Reminds me of some Kempel products or here http://www.eapgs.org/patterns/ That rim had me thinking toothpick.
I kinda like this. It was mold blown at least the bottom was. Can we see a photo of the area where the top ball and the bottom one come together....
I also do not see a siggy
Stem is not close enough to support that ID. Shape is a factor in ring some do very nicely without any lead.
Assuming they are glass they look like fruit cups. I would think studio glass mold blown cased color over white with pattern in the mold. They are...
How about photos of the back and bottom.
These dresser/mantel vases came in pairs. The mary gregory style intended to have the boy and girl facing each other. To me these loo Bohemian....
Looks like a "barber" with new stoppers. The bottles may also be new. That was my initial reaction. These were hot collectibles a few years back.
I am going to suggest German - the face looks like the "devil" wrong name but same idea. Try here https://www.glas-musterbuch.de/...
cmeforlefton would know if he pops in
These colored borders were available on a tape that was applied to the rim, and fired on . With painted color this is most likely the case .
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