In general, there are five types of glass container:
Jar. A wide mouth glass container with no appreciable neck. Utensils of fingers maybe used for taking out the contents. Maybe used for liquid or dry products.
Bottle. A glass container with a long neck compared with the jar. Used for liquid products that can be poured.
Tumbler. Shaped like drinking glass. Both for liquid and dry products.
Jug. A large glass container with a capacity of about half gallon to one gallon and with a carrying handle. For liquid products.
Vials/Ampules. Small glass container for small quantities of food ingredients such as spices and colorants.