This question has been on the rise recently, and for a good reason—it's asking about a lot of cool and uncommon glassware. What I don't know is how it was never closed as too broad.
As I see it, it's eight perfectly good identify-this-glassware posts combined into one. Additionally, users have taken to giving one answer for each glassware, which is logical (what if you agree with one of the proposed identifications but not another?), but doesn't fit our format (you can only accept one answer, even if the rest are right). Naturally our format lends to breaking apart this mega-question into smaller ones.
That is why I am moving to close this broad, albeit cool question.