Picture No. 4 is Isle of Wight Studio Glass. The pattern is called (surprisingly) pink and purple swirl. It should have either a broken pontil mark, or an impressed mark on a circular bit of glass that has been put onto the pontil mark, depicting a gather of glass in a flame, or perhaps a mark that looks like it has been impressed with a the head of a coach-bolt. It dates from the early '70's, designed by Michael Harris.
Picture No. 7,
top shelf, 3rd from the right, a yellow and orange vase with swags is Swedish. (I don't know more than that)
bottom shelf, 4th from left, looks very like Nazeing - it's the right shape. possibly the pieces on either side are too, but best listen to Nigel Benson on this matter.
Pictures Nos. 5 and 11 look like the same vase, I've no idea what it is but I'm jealous! :twisted: :lol:
Picture No.8, You'd best listen to Frank or Nigel Benson, or other experts on this type of glass on this board, as this is not my area but it all looks very Scottish-ish. The bottom left looks like Monart, top left looks a bit like John Deacons (to my inexpert eye) and the middle piece at the back looks like Strathearn. However, I think this picture might be a bit distended and is a bit out of focus on my screen.
The last couple of pictures wouldn't come up on my computer.
edited to change incorrect number :oops: I've also managed to get more pictures, now. The green vase in picture 17 looks a bit like Loetz, but again, I'm not too hot on this sort of thing.
Edited to change numbers to fit with new layout.