I have more than a few globes in my house (the best are the kind that light up) and I always have my eyes open for more. Today I present just a couple of the many options out there.

FF: The Desk Globe from Linley

Most of my globes come from flea markets and yard sales, but if I had my way I would have a high-end version, like the gorgeous Desk Globe I found from the fine folks LINLEY – which, ahem, goes for more than $4,000!

About the Desk Globe from Linley:

“The Desk Globe has been exclusively crafted for LINLEY by expert globe makers Bellerby & Co. Carefully hand-painted using Sennelier watercolours, the Desk Globe features a solid walnut round base. The globe itself spins on its axis on a sleek steel arm.”

Find the Desk Globe from Linley here.

See all the great designs from the world of David Linley here.

FF: The Replogle Globe from Staples

If the $4k+ price tag of the Desk Globe from Linley is a little too high for you, the fine folks at Staples offer a variety of options at all price points like the Replogle Globe Explorer Political Raised Relief Classroom Globe.

About the Replogle Globe Explorer Political Raised Relief Classroom Globe from Staples:

“12″ blue ocean explorer political raised relief classroom globe offers a vibrant contrast to a metal gold-colored base. Replogle Globe ‘Explorer Political Raised Relief’ Classroom globe with plastic gold colored base has blue color map and measures 16″ x 13″ x 12″. Globe includes more than 4000 place names and political distinctive boundary markings. Explorer contains more than 4000 place names and distinctive political boundary markings.”

Find the Replogle Globe from Staples here.