I'm afraid not. The only conical measuring cylinders made of glass that I have been able to find are lab equipment either in apothecary or standard metric (ml) gradations.
Emsa (maker of "The Perfect Beaker"), Gourmac, and one other company that I can't remember the name of are the only ones that I know of that make a "clear" measuring beaker for cooking - and they are all plastic.
One company, Cuisena, makes one that is made out of Stainless Steel - the graduations are embossed/stamped in the metal, and therefore should be dishwasher safe, but the markings are on the inside and would not be nearly as convenient to use. They also run about $30-$35.
The nearest thing that have found to the "Perfect Beaker" that is made out of glass is something called the "Mix-n-Measure
" - it has a flat base instead of being conical.
I know that the first time I saw Alton Brown use one I started looking for them and was suprised to find out they were made of plastic.
Hope this helps.