Goblets, wine glasses, or chalices are easy to tessellate and if you search the Internet for images you should be able to find at least two ways in which the shape fits into a tiling pattern. Below is one of these ways.
If we slide alternate rows, each glass has six neighbors rather than the five in the pattern above.
The other easy way to tessellate this shape is to stack them in the pattern below.
This arrangement is an example of isohedral class IH12 that simultaneously fits Heesch types TTTTTT and TG1G1TG2G2. Four of the edges are identically shaped.
All six edges can be identically shaped and the image still resembles a chalice or wine glass.
However, this shape can also be fit together in a different way, one that I have not found on the Internet.
It is an example of Heesch type TG1G1TG2G2 but not of TTTTTT. Can you find the TT pair?