These six unsilvered glass American made Christmas ornaments were produced during World War II, when metals (including silvering agents) were unavailable to manufacturers of consumer goods. They range from about 2-1/4 to 2-3/4 inches diameter. All have paper or cardboard caps or hangers, another result of wartime shortages and rationing.
I didn't notice until I went to describe them that the blue striped ornament has a repaired side break, which I have reflected in the price. It looks like a piece of glass broke out and was glued back in place. The repair is secure. The ornaments have some scratches to the painted decoration as shown and some wear to the sprayed-on colored finishes.