This is a very old dish by the signs of wear. It is pressed glass, hexagon shaped, and has what looks like cabachon, or cameo shaped decorations around the outside. It looks like it might be a dresser piece. It measures 1.5 inches high, and 3.75 inches in diameter. It is worn on the bottom, and the inside edge of the mold line has roughness, and two surfacey chips. It is still a very old cool piece of pressed glass. It is unmarked, and I do not know the maker.
This is a stunning piece of hand blown art glass. It has light to dark cobalt blue lines throughout swirling from bottom to top. It has tiny bubbles randomly in the glass and a base that is sanded smooth so it won't scratch your table. It measures 10 inches tall and approx. 5 inches across the widest part. I have no idea of the age or maker, it is an auction piece. It is in perfect condition, no chips, no cracks and not scratches. This is a very heavy piece.