Table Globes

The most common type of globe, table globes typically have been manufactured in sizes ranging from six to 12 inches in diameter, with some as large as 15 or 18 inches. They are mounted on stands that can be set upon a table or desk. Table globe stands reflect popular furniture design styles and come in a wide variety of materials and designs: with or without meridians, and from simple turn stands with a baluster standard to more elaborate tripod or four-legged stands. Wooden stands are typical in antique globes, although American globe makers sometimes employed cast iron.

To learn more about globes, consult our Collecting Q & A, Glossary of Globe Terminology, and Guide to Globe Makers.

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