Glass Globe Display Rack #17308
Each glass is individually cradled in an upright or upside-down position. The rack is designed to fit most glasses, including oversized burgundy glasses.
The ultra-thin mirror-like base has a foam bottom to protect your table surface and prevent slippage. The globe, center post and base are shipped disassembled.
Glasses sold separately.
Height: 31 1/2 inches (without the glasses.)
- Holds 40 glasses
- Chrome-plated metal construction
- Mirror-like metal base
- Ultra-thin foam-lined base protects your tabletop surface and prevent slippage
- Designed to fit most glasses, including oversized burgundy glasses
Ratings & Reviews
Best valentine gift for wine lover.
by Nicola -
This was a valentine gift for my wine loving hubby. Saw it in the magazine he has. Arrived on time and took a few seconds to set up,the look on his face was priceless,worth every dollar spent,it's bigger than I imagined,but makes sense because of the amount of glasses it's supposed to hold,I live the base,it's shiny like a mirror look .it made my hubby happy,so I can't complain.
Shipping was longer then expected. Once it finally arrived. It was a bit more complicated then expected. Once it was finally assembled... too wobbly!!!
by Marie flowers -
I am happy with my purchase although my screw was not in box...i was able to purchase one from local hardware store
We used it for our holiday party and everyone loved it. Definitely a conversation piece. It also helped us organize the different types of wine glasses. Very happy with this purchase.
Very pretty show and conversation piece, but base unstable. Easy to kick over. Shipping very expensive. Called in to see whether any better options might be available, but they would not give an inch.
Elegant and Sturdy
by vicky b -
I was concerned about tipping before I bought it but the base is fairly substantial in weight. Of course if a glass is yanked off it will probably tip but hopefully your guests will be more conscious of that. It's definitely a conversation piece. Storage may be an issue but it is definitely a great addition to any cocktail party.
by Robin -
Beautiful way to display glasses for a party. We received many compliments about ours and it seems it truly is an exclusive since others have never seen anything like it.
The only improvement I would suggest is to find a way to make it more stable. It is very top heavy and a bit wobbly. It wouldn't take much for it to topple over if someone accidentally bumped it. My husband is going to try to engineer something for it to improve the stability.
Glass Globe is a hit!
by PD -
Love this glass globe. I put it on a beverage stand, placed it in the foyer so when folks arrived for party they could grab their glass and head to the bar. Everyone thought it was amazing. Great conversation piece. I strung some micro lights in the center to give it more festive appeal. Great way to organize glasses, both wine and champagne at the same time without taking up all your table or counter space. It was a little unstable when I put it together. I fixed that issue by adding a larger washer between the two parts of the stem where they connect.
Wine Glass Globe Rack
by Kim B -
Holds, in fact 40 glasses; a great way to store wine glasses. I didn't think I had 40 wine glasses but I do and I have so much more cabinet space for other things now that all my wine glasses are out and on the globe rack. And it's very pretty too!
Big Globe Display
by Wine Glass Fan
The wine globe will work out exactly how I wanted it to but not without some complication. The bottom stem wouldn't correctly join into the base when it first arrived but IWA sent out a new piece and now it is good to go for our upcoming wine party. Next concern is how to store it since we don't want to unscrew it into its parts and even then the globe portion is still quite large.
by Gina T.
Once put together, this is an amazing centerpiece, even with a variety of different glasses like burgundy and flutes on different levels. The base could be sturdier, and it clinks glasses together when putting them on and off, but I tested it with glasses only on one side, and it didn't fall over!