Two circa 1920s beaded glass ornaments in green, silver, and gold. The caged ball is from Japan, 2-1/4 inches diameter with a 1 inch silver beaded dangle. The unsilvered green center ornament is an early type with the color in the glass rather than sprayed or painted on. The round silver beads are semi-transparent from age deterioration of the inner mercury, and one bead is missing.
The star-in-circle beaded dangle is probably from Czechoslovakia. It's about 5-1/4 inches long, made of various small round, oat, twist, and oval ribbed beads. Like the caged ornament, some of the beads have inner silvering loss. No breaks or chips.