The origin of the shot glass may be unknown, but not for the following shot glasses. This is because just based on their looks it’s quite clear where they are originated from.
Sold in a set of 4, these shot glasses are designed based on the shotgun bullet. It’s called the 12 Gauge Shot Glass because these shot glasses are made based on the 12 Gauge shotgun bullet which is also the most popular type of shotgun bullet.
To be more specific, this shot glass is designed based on the Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS II USM lens. Sold in a set of 3, it also comes with airtight lids and features stainless steel interior for maximum temperature retention making it suitable for espresso shots.
Not only these shot glasses made to look similar to the actual chemistry lab glassware, but they are also made with a similar type of glass material called borosilicate glass and features stamped volume on the side for accurate ingredient measurements. Sold in a box of 4, two beakers and two conical flasks.
Every prescription has its own dosage, and the same goes for this prescription shot glass. Prescribed by Dr. Harold Feelgood, the dosage is to do as many shots until intoxicated. Sold in a set of 3.