Lorian Depression Glass was produced by the Indiana Glass Company from 1928 - 1932. The relatively short production time means that less Lorian was produced than many other popular patterns. Before you decide to sell, check carefully for chips and cracks. Understand that during the mid-20th-century love affair with Depression Glass lots of reproductions were made and sold as the real thing.
I can't tell you where to sell your items. If you sell directly to a collector, you will realize more money than if you sell through a dealer or at a consignment shop. If someone else sells for you, they need to reap a percentage of the sales price. Many dealers will lower prices on items if they are not sold after a certain amount of time.
You can try to sell them yourself on eBay, Etsy or another online sales site. If you decide to do that remember that you have to check the site often and package and mail the dishware.
You may want to check out the National Depression Glass Association for more information. They feature a dealer directory as well as lots of information on Depression Glass.