This next one is a fun piece in my favorite pattern, Cambridge Rose Point. It’s a bell, and this one is the original bell made by Cambridge. Companies like Replacements have turned goblets into bells too, but they look different. This is a rare piece and quite valuable.
Now this next one is also easy. It’s depression glass, mold etched and mass produced, vs. plate etched with a lot of hand work like Jeff’s other glass. It’s the small Cameo bowl from Hocking. It looks to be clear glass, not a very common item. Even though clear Cameo is scarce, it isn’t very valuable, mainly because few people collect it.
This last one is from Fostoria, but I can’t tell which pattern. Fostoria made several patterns in the 1920s that combined the curved area with a fish scale design with different small motifs. The curved areas look like shields or lattices to me, but when you see them up close you realize they are like fish scales with overlapping oval shapes.
This is the Melrose etch with a curled flower bouquet.
The Beverly pattern has a little vertical flower between each shield as in this bouillon cup.
And Virginia has an flower arch.
Jeff posted a few more pieces that I’ve not been able to identify. I think a couple are Tiffin and one may be Duncan Miller. You can see his whole portfolio here.