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The clear glass with lavender and white is a Vitro Agate. I do not recognize the other two.

I agree with Steve on those. Would it be too much trouble to ask if you could show other sides of the marbles, that could possibly help us determine a possible maker?  I do apologize that sometimes a particular maker cant be pinned on some marbles. Only through diligent research and discussion only,  are we able to even start putting the puzzle together about some marbles out there today. Sadly to say In my opinion there are just some things we will never know, some information passed away with the ones that knew. On that note I also believe that's what makes some of dig and search for the possible information that could be out there somewhere.

this help??

Holly, I just noticed that you live in KS. The Kansas City Marble Club is vibrant with a group of very knowledgeable collectors. The y have an annual show which is excellent.

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