• Cocktail

    This stemless version of the classic cocktail glass has the same inverted cone bowl.
  • Collins

    This tumbler, considered ideal for a Tom Collins, is cylindrical in shape, narrower than a Highball and typically holds 10 to 14 ounces.
  • Drinking Jar

    Like a Mason jar but with a handle, this vessel has a charming old-fashioned appeal.
  • Fiesta

    These festive glasses are made of thick, often bubbled glass and are sometimes ringed with colorful stripes.
  • Flute

    This is a tall, narrow bowl that holds 6 to 10 ounces and curves slightly inward near the lip to enhance the aroma and taste of the wine.
  • Highball

    A straight-sided glass, taller than an Old Fashioned and shorter and wider than a Collins glass, these classic tumblers contain between 8 and 12 ounces.
  • Juice Glass

    This shorter tumbler traditionally holds up to 6 ounces.
  • Mason Jar

    This wide-mouthed jar, used for preserving fruit and vegetables, comes in a range of sizes and is great as an informal drinking glass.
  • Old Fashioned/Double Old Fashioned

    These short tumblers are commonly used to serve a wide variety of cocktails, most often over ice. The typical Old Fashioned holds between 6 and 10 ounces; the Double usually holds between 12 and 16.
  • Rocks

    The American rocks glass is an all-purpose bar glass, similar in size to an Old Fashioned (around 10 ounces), but typically tapered.
  • Tumbler

    Tumblers are flat-bottomed drinking glasses that vary greatly in volume, height and circumference. The Iced Tea Tumbler, the largest one, usually holds around 23 ounces.