Exhibit planners must deal with quite a variety of situations when it comes to organize a new artwork, sculptures and memorabilia exhibit. Glass top museum wood pedestals are the single most common displays used by curators. Some museum pedestals may be square and some other rectangular. When it comes to exhibits the imperative is to show it all, from any angle and at its best. Every piece exhibited should be at eye level no matter its size. Fortunately glass top museum pedestals can be manufactured as tall as six feet. Since some artefacts and sculptures are high glass display cases will make the glass top display area taller and shorten the height of the base wood pedestal. Getting to the right proportions within any given tall museum glass pedestal is essential. Overall aesthetic, attractiveness coupled with efficient showing is what makes an exhibition successful.