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Drinkware or Beverageware is a general term for the class of vessels from which people drink. Image File history File links Download high resolution version (1141x1600, 336 KB) Drinking glass File links The following pages link to this file: Drinkware ... Image File history File links Download high resolution version (1141x1600, 336 KB) Drinking glass File links The following pages link to this file: Drinkware ... Image File history File links Commons-logo. ... Wikimedia Commons logo by Reid Beels The Wikimedia Commons (also called Commons or Wikicommons) is a repository of free content images, sound and other multimedia files. ... Vessel can refer to any of the following: Objects Vessel (French vaissel, from a rare Latin vascellum, diminuitive of vas, vase, or urn), a word of somewhat wide application for many objects, the meaning common to them being capacity to hold or contain something. ...


Glassware is a class of objects that include drinkware made from glass as well as other items.


Stemware is a subcategory of drinkware that stand on stems. Stemware is drinkware that stands on stems above a base. ...


A glass is a drinking vessel made from glass. Glasses are often clear, but are sometimes coloured, or printed or etched with decorations. Compared with a cup which is defined as having a handle and hold exactly one cup of liquid, a glass stands taller without a handle and usually holds more liquid. Drinking is the act of consuming a liquid through the mouth. ... Vessel can refer to any of the following: Objects Vessel (French vaissel, from a rare Latin vascellum, diminuitive of vas, vase, or urn), a word of somewhat wide application for many objects, the meaning common to them being capacity to hold or contain something. ... Glass can be made transparent and flat, or into other shapes and colors as shown in this ball from the Verrerie of Brehat in Brittany. ...

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List of drinkware

Drinkware

Collins glass
Highball glass
Pilsner glass
Pint glass
Sake cup
Shot glass
Stemware
The Collins glass is a tallish cylindrical glass which has a capacity of around 14 US fluid ounces (420 ml). ... A highball glass is a type of drinking vessel. ... A pilsner glass is a glass is used to serve many types of light beers, but is intended for its namesake, the pilsner. ... Image File history File links Pint_glass. ... Crown stamped glass (pint to top) A pint glass is a drinking vessel holding a British pint (568ml; ≈1. ... Sake set is a generic term for the flask and cups used to serve sake. ... Image File history File links Shot_glass. ... A shot glass (pencil included for scale) Traditionally, a shot glass was a small, thick glass designed to measure one ounce of liquid, usually liquor, to be either drunk straight, or poured into a mixed drink. ... Stemware is drinkware that stands on stems above a base. ...

Wine glass
Brandy snifter
Champagne flute

Cocktail (martini) glass
Wheat beer glass
To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... The term Snifter might refer to: A snifter glass Snifter - a type of stemware, a short-stemmed glass whose main vessel has a wide bottom but that narrows at the top. ... The champagne flute is a piece of stemware with unique characteristics. ... Image File history File links Coctail_glass. ... An amber tinted cocktail glass A cocktail glass is a narrow drinking glass having a stem and a wide, shallow, inverted cone fixed above it to hold liquid. ... German Weizenbier glass A wheat beer glass is a glass that is used to serve wheat beer, known also as Weizenbier or Weißbier. ...

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Look up beaker in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... Beer mugs and stein A beer stein is a traditionally German beer tankard or mug, made of pewter, silver, wood, porcelain, earthenware or glassware, and usually with a hinged lid and levered thumblift. ... Band history A speed/thrash-metal band from Frankfurt, Germany, Tankard was founded in 1982 (see more info in the next section). ... Chalice For other uses, see Chalice A chalice (from Latin calix, cup) is a goblet intended to hold drink. ... Operation Coffee Cup was a campaign by the American Medical Association (AMA) conducted in the late 1950s and early 1960s in order to derail plans by Democrats to extend Social Security to include health insurance for the elderly, later known as Medicare. ... An ornamental mug A contemporary mug A mug or coffee mug is a sturdily built type of ceramic cup often used for hot beverages, such as coffee, tea, and hot chocolate. ... A contemporary mug A mug or coffee mug is a sturdily built type of cup often used for hot beverages, such as coffee, tea, and hot chocolate. ... A decorated silver quaich A Quaich (IPA: kweɪx) (or archaically Quaigh), is a special kind of shallow two-handled drinking cup or bowl in Scotland. ... Sake set is a generic term for the flask and cups used to serve sake. ... This article is about things that people drink from. ... A woman wearing a kimono performs a tea ceremony outdoors, while seated in seiza position. ...

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There are many different types of glass; some are listed here:


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