I'll keep an open mind about these items ...
I can see why Ivo wondered about Nevers being a possibility for the side-saddle gentleman and hounds, but I always thought that Nevers pieces were very small, and to have a second piece in similar style but with rather different decorative elements (garish, in my view) suggests Nevers is not right.
I have great respect for Roy Brown's cane analysis. But was it just the canes that you showed him Ray, or did you show the full item as well? If it was just the canes, then I can understand how a "positive" Id could be given. But with paperweights in general, very similar canes can be found in different maker's weights and it needs a full comparison of all features of the item to be absolutely sure.
In Eric Reynolds book The Glass of John Walsh-Walsh 1850-1951 I have not yet found anything to indicate that Walsh made this sort of item. But perhaps they did and maybe it's mentioned in the book somewhere.
My reaction (rather than even a guess), based mainly on those overly-colourful birds is that they are Murano.
But if it does turn out that they are Walsh, then so be it, and well done to all involved.