Display all kinds of larger spherical items or pottery bowls, or other
similarly shaped items.
Here is an easy way to help you determine what size
ring you want. Take a piece of scrap cardboard or paper. Cut
put a piece that is as wide as the height of the ring you think you want
and rather long. Curl it around into a ring & paperclip or tape
it. You can then sort of use that to determine what height and
diameter ring you wean to buy. For any size object, the bigger the
diameter of the ring, the further down into the ring your object will
rest - go too far, and your item will fit all the way inside the ring.
The smaller the ring, the higher - go too far, and you lose stability.
There are a lot more uses than just as s sphere stand.
Customers use these for napkin rings, towel displayers,
Glued to a slanted board makes for interesting containers. One
restaurant bought a bunch of the bigger rings and glued them side to
side making a two foot tall extension to the top of one of their room
divider walls. That made a VERY attractive conversation starting
We offer a vast selection of displays & you can see
Sketches & illustrations may not be to scale.