Dram glasses is a catch all term, on this web site at least,  for any small 18th century Georgian  glass that doesn't fit into one of the other major categories.  It includes small wine glasses, port glasses, and those used for spirits such as whiskey or gin (in the early 18th century gin was known as Hollands from whence it came, gin being an abbreviation of Genever).  The quality of these small glasses varied dramatically.  The one shown on the right is a small ovoid bowled dram glass with a plain stem and conical foot which was made with the same apparent concern for quality as its larger contemporaries.  18th century Georgian dram glasses offer an inexpensive way for the neophyte collector to accumulate knowledge and experience before venturing into more expensive types of glass.