Serve wine with with grace

Getting full wine glasses to the table doesn't require perfect balance with the Stemglass Tray.

The Stemglass Tray Kamajii

Moving full wine glasses between the kitchen and the table can be a balancing act--and it doesn't always end well. Rather than worrying about the affects of wine on your carpet, the Stemglass Tray provides a way to easily move drinks. The design originated at a Japanese restaurant, in order to make it easy for one person to carry multiple glasses of wine at once. The tray has notches that each wine glass can slide into, along with a hook to keep each glass in place as you walk. The grip is not too different from a painter's palette. You can manage up to eight glasses at one go with the Stemglass Tray. It's approximately 11.5 inches by 14 inches.

The concept behind the Stemglass Tray is relatively simple. By moving the center of gravity of the individual wine glasses, they're much easier to carry without sloshing wine or worrying about even worse mishaps. The Stemglass Tray is available in both black and white plastic, and can easily be flipped around to be used whether you're right-handed or left-handed. The seller behind the Stemglass Tray is a Japanese company, and it has it priced at 8,400 yen.

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