Drinking receptacles; some are used to measure volume for cooking.
Large cylindrical vessel with a handle used to serve beer; it is usually made of thick glass, ceramic or stoneware.
Tall and very thin stemmed glass used for champagne and sparkling wines; because the air bubbles break more slowly, the wine retains its effervescence longer.
Small carafe used in restaurants to serve wine.
sparkling wine glass
Stemmed glass, wider than it is tall, used to serve champagne and sparkling wines.
Glass or crystal carafe with a wide base and a narrow neck used to serve water or wine.
Large stemmed glass used to serve water at the table; taller and wider than wine glasses.
Conical stemmed glass used to serve certain cocktails; before serving, the rim of the glass can be frosted or decorated with fruit.
Tall narrow straight glass used for serving liquor such as gin, often over ice or sometimes mixed with water, soda, etc.
Wide short straight glass with a thick bottom primarily used for serving whiskey.