Hi "tigerhips" (wot, no "c"?)
As far as I know, there is no such thing as a "style of Cranberry glass". If glass is the colour of "crushed cranberries" then it is cranberry in colour (although some folk would say that modern items of similar colour are not really "cranberry" as the pink is not the right shade).
The top of your first vase does seem to be of a cranberry colour, although the overall pink looks a bit too red ... and the green seem rather weak. But that may due to the thickness (or thinness) of the glass and photographic lighting etc.
Cranberry-with-green is well known for various 19th century pieces (see my example below), and your vase, with its pinch-work, does have the look of a late 19th century piece. But I wonder whether it could be a later version?
Here's one of my cranberry-and-green things (with a "Triffid" foot, as Leni might call it): http://glassgallery.yobunny.org.uk/displayimage.php?pos=-2376
In my photo, the pink appears darker than in many other cranbeery coloured items. It glows bright green under "blacklight". Even in the pink section - but that is because of the clear glass that coats the inner cranberry colour and the clear is casuing a UV reaction. The green may itself give a UV reaction but that would not necessarily be detected through the standard green from the clear glass. (I have a cranberry-and-clear (no green) vase which shows only a green reaction in the clear ... the cranberry section is on a very thin clear glass and no UV reaction is seen.)
The second vase is also probably a 19th century one, with a crimped (rigaree) trail of clear around the middle. But it's not a "cranberry style".
Or maybe there is a collector term of "cranberry" that applies to something other than the colour? I await further responses.