Drinkware
This list of glassware includes drinking vessels (drinkware) and tableware used to set a table for eating a meal, general glass items such as vases, and glasses used in the catering industry, whether ...
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The Definitive Guide To Beer Glasses
A nicely crafted beer is a thing of beauty, but if you're pouring it into just any old grimy pint glass, you're not letting that brew reach its true potential. The right glass is key to getting every ...
Beer glassware
Beer glassware comprises the drinking vessels made of glass designed or commonly used for drinking beer. Different styles of glassware exist for a number of reasons: they may reflect national traditio...
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Teaware
Teaware encompasses a broad international spectrum of equipment used in the brewing and consumption of tea. Many components make up that spectrum, and vary greatly based upon the type of tea being pre...
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Holy Chalice
In Christian tradition the Holy Chalice is the vessel which Jesus used at the Last Supper to serve the wine. The vessel is referred to in the Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke, the word "cup" being g...
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Ciborium (container)
A ciborium (plural ciboria; Latin from the Ancient Greek κιβώριον (kibōrion)) is a vessel, normally in metal. It was originally a particular shape of drinking cup in Ancient Greece and Rome, but late...
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Stemware
Stemware is drinkware that stands on stems above a base. It is usually made from glass, but may be made from ceramics or metals.Stemware includes:
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The Definitive Guide To Beer Glasses
A nicely crafted beer is a thing of beauty, but if you're pouring it into just any old grimy pint glass, you're not letting that brew reach its true potential. The right glass is key to getting every ...
Old Fashioned glass
The Old Fashioned glass, lowball glass, or rocks glass is a short tumbler used for serving an alcoholic beverage, such as whisky, with ice cubes (“on the rocks”). It is also normally used to serve cer...
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Hurricane glass
A Hurricane glass is a glass tumbler which typically will contain 20 fluid ounces (600 ml). It is used to serve mixed drinks, particularly the Hurricane from which it is named originating at Pat O'Bri...
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Cage cup
A cage cup,(Ancient Greek: Λυκουργος Ποτήρι ), also vas diatretum, plural diatreta, or "reticulated cup" is a type of luxury Late Roman glass vessel, found from roughly the 4th century, and "t...
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Wenlok jug
The Wenlok jug or Wenlock jug is a rare surviving example of an English bronze jug from the 1400s, with great significance for the study of bronze working in medieval England. Only two similar jugs a...
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Heavy baluster glass
Heavy baluster glasses or goblets (French 'balustre' = 'pomegranate flower') were popular in the period 1680-1740. The baluster stem is formed in one piece with the bowl of the glass, and is then draw...
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Double spout and bridge vessel
The double spout and bridge was a form of usually ceramic drinking vessel developed sometime before 500 BC by indigenous groups on the Peruvian coast. True to its name, this type of bottle is distingu...
Double spout and bridge vessel - Wikipedia
Edinburgh Crystal
Edinburgh Crystal was a cut glass crystal manufactured in Scotland between 1867 and 2006, and was also the name of the manufacturing company. In addition to drinking glasses, Edinburgh Crystal made de...
Edinburgh Crystal - Wikipedia
Mug
A mug is a sturdily built type of cup often used for drinking hot beverages, such as coffee, tea, hot chocolate or soup. Mugs usually have handles, and hold a larger amount of fluid than other types o...
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Silver claret jug
A silver Claret jug is a wine jug made of glass and silver for the so called Claret, which is a French Bordeaux wine. Claret jugs where produced from about 1830 to 1920 and are nowadays very collectab...
Porron
A porró, porrón, or porron (Catalan: porró in the singular, porrons in the plural) is a traditional glass wine pitcher, which holds 3/4 litre, typical of many regions of Spain like Catalonia and Aragó...
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Zarf
A zarf (plural: zarfs, zuruuf, zarves, capybaras) is a holder, usually of ornamental metal, for a coffee cup without a handle (demitasse or fincan).
Although coffee was probably discovered in Ethi...
Schooner (glass)
A schooner is a type of glass used for serving German wheat beer. In Australia, it is a name for a particular glass size, used for any type of beer.In South Australian pubs and clubs, the term "scho...
Sake set
A sake set is a generic term for the flask and cups used to serve sake, the traditional Japanese alcoholic beverage made from rice. Sake sets are commonly ceramic, but may be glass or lacquered plasti...
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Jug in the form of a Head, Self-portrait
Jug in the form of a Head, Self-portrait (usually referred to as the Jug Self-portrait) was produced in glazed stoneware early in 1889 by the French Post-Impressionist artist Paul Gauguin. This self-p...
Jug in the form of a Head, Self-portrait - Wikipedia
Quebec French profanity
Quebec French profanities, known as sacres (singular: sacre; French: sacrer, "to consecrate"), are words and expressions related to Catholicism and its liturgy which are used as strong profanities...
Quebec French profanity - Wikipedia
Easy Serving Espresso Pod
An Easy Serving Espresso Pod, or E.S.E. pod, is a small packed coffee disc (Coffee pod) with a paper filter covering.Each pod contains seven grams of coffee compressed into a food safe filter package....
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