nice pink things....very pretty!
The cylinder vase with decoration is certainly late Victorian, 1880s-1890s or so. Webb-like in that shaded, peachblow-like colouration & painted decor, but the shape leaves me uncertain. I would expect a more curvy shape. What is the rim like? Is it fire-polished or cut? Cut tops can mean it might more likely be Bohemian. The true peach-blow (there are several types, all somewhat different colours & by various makers)is American. Webb did a peachblow too, but the colour tends to shade from a very deep orangey red through to pink. There was also a lot of Bohemian peachblow type glass, & it often had gilded decoration. Some was known to have been made by Harrach.
The m.o.p satin vases are gorgeous. The double-gourd shape is very Webb. But this was a fashionable shape in the 1880s & other makers used it too. S & W made good m.o.p satin in similar shapes, too.
Sorry about the lack of certain attributions.....that's the trouble with this type of glass.
In the lack of identifying marks, or documented shapes/patterns I tend to fall back on the factor of quality & good craftsmanship.
Polished pontil, fire-polished rim, balanced & well-designed shape, etc. A quality item from this genre of glass will speak for itself in many ways.