Well, certainly lots of folks do get nice results on glass with a diode laser.
It usually involves some kind of coating to help the glass absorb the laser energy.
I think your biggest challenge will be maintaining decent focus on such a “curvy” glass as what you’ve pictured.
I would start with some big straight sided glasses where I didn’t have to worry about focus so much and practice technique and power settings until I could get consistent good results.
Then I’d take that knowledge and move on to a cheap wine glass that has a good bit of curvature to it and work on finding out how much depth of focus I’ve really got and how much curvature I can get way with.
Once I had that figured out then I’d move on to the big $$ glassware
There’s almost certainly going to be some failure involved. Don’t let it frustrate you, just use it as a good learning opportunity.
And if you get stuck, ask. Probably someone can offer good advise.
Most of all, have fun with the learning process!
The greatest teacher, failure is. – Yoda