hello and welcome to the GMB.
Regret not really my area, but just a little information until someone knowledgeable looks in.
These vases are in a style/design which was common around the late C19 - something like 1880 - 1890. The clear glass decoration looks possibly to be stylized leaf trails, also the crimped/wavy decoration of the rim is in keeping with Victorian fashion - both of these styles appear very commonly on late Victorian decorative glassware. However, I'm less sure about the colour - it's always possible these are Continental - owning a piece of glass in one country doesn't always mean it was made there, unfortunately. Country of origin is often the Achilles heel when it comes to glass.
Where possible please include pix of the underside of the base, and remember to give dimension of height - this helps people here to better understand what you have, and information about wear (or lack of) is also very useful.
They are an attractive and useable pair of Victorian vases - a good find.