I think the first bottle, with the pastel pink, white and yellow canes could be Perthshire Paperweights. But I have not personally seen many of their bottles and I can't find one of absolutely identical shape in the books. However, the overall shape and particularly the form of the neck, does look like PP work. Is there possibly a "P" cane somewhere - perhaps in the centre of one of the canes or maybe in the base of the bottle?
As for the other, this is one of a range of bottles and weights that are still awaiting definite identification. In several examples there are a mix of known Vasart and (later) Strathearn canes. Although at least some of these may have been made at the Strathearn works, all the ones I have checked under UV show a fluorescence that is not consistent with confirmed Strathearn items from at least 1968 through to the last years of their production.
Is the stopper a bit wobbly in the neck? And what is the base finished like? A photo of the base - at an angle - would be useful.
If you can do so, I would really like to see specific photos of the canes in the stopper and bottle as I cannot say from the initial images whether any of the canes are Vasart. For the stopper, a straight downwards view would do, but please take the photo with only the stopper in view, otherwise the focusing may become difficult. For the bottle section, I'd like to see four (or up to six) shots of the canes in separate groups.
If the camera cannot easily focus at close-up distances, please take the best possible shots and I will enlarge to get the information I need.