Identify these Beach Finds or?

by Melanie Saxton
(Greensboro, NC)

~ sea glass photos submitted by George, Greece

Sea Glass Era? 

Were either of them used on a ship that wrecked? 

Any ideas about these? Both found on the shore of Southport, NC

-Bottle neck is cloudy/clear with a light texture

-Mug handle is a beige/yellow hue with what looks to be fine lines of "crackling" or "webbing" that are a green color.

The interior part of the handle is more smooth to the touch compared to the outer, which has light smooth/grit feel to it.

It looks glazed and has some imperfections like bubbles and indentations near the bottom lip of the handle.

Who would use such pieces and for what?

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