These are a couple of our 'every-day' old wine glasses. The one in front is (I think) English, and maybe called a 'rummer' (?). And the one behind is French, but I don't know if it has a special name ('wine glass', perhaps?).
The French one, which I use all the time, has a badly chipped foot and is generally a bit wonky, but the English one is perfect.
I'm posting this picture simply because I'm hoping that glass expert Mr Tom Stephenson will be able to elucidate, re the English one.
Both are serious drinking glasses. Personally I have nothing against a chip or two in an old glass, as long as the price I'd been asked to pay for it was rock-bottom. I just like the idea of a glass having history. I'm enjoying a glass of Pécharmant in the French glass, as I write.
I may post a picture of some of my collection of old French wine/absinthe glasses some time. They still turn up at 'boot sales', but sadly not always at prices that suit my pocket. CHEERS!