Round Glass Table Tops

A round glass table top is perfect both as a protective top surface on an existing table or as the actual glass surface of a new table. Great for both indoors and outdoors, round glass table tops come in a variety of sizes, thicknesses, and edge types. We also offer both tempered glass (toughened) and annealed (standard) glass in our selection of round glass table tops.

If you don't see the specification you're looking for, we offer the ability to customize a glass table top, to meet your exact needs.

Custom Glass Table Tops

When we say "high-quality glass table tops", what sets these table tops apart from any others you can purchase online? Well, there are a few answers to that question. 

  1. Fast delivery; guaranteed intact. Because we keep these beautiful, hand-cut table tops in stock, you are ensured the fastest delivery possible. In addition, your table top will arrive intact - guaranteed! We know a thing or two about packaging glass, and we've eliminated all the typical problems that cause breakage in transit. 
  2. Options, options, options. We offer a wide range of table tops types: many sizes, thicknesses (from 1/4" to 1/2"), edge types (pencil polish, beveled, and flat polish to name a few). You'll be able to get the exact table top you need! And, if we don't have it in stock, you can always order a custom glass table top. 
  3. Quality control = quality products. We inspect every item as we are packaging it, so that you can be assured that you will get what you ordered. 

Round glass table tops never go out of style. It's a timeless design, perfectly suited for use as a dining table, coffee table, side table, or even something of your own creation. Many of our customers have done DIY projects where they need a round table top to complete the project. Almost anything can be made into a table top pedestal - from things as diverse as jet engines and wine barrels. Or, sometimes customers will use our round glass table tops as a cover for an antique that they want to keep protected from spills, scratches, glass rings and other damage. 

If you are using your glass table top either as a cover for an exisiting table, or on top of a pedestal, a beveled edge is a nice choice. Or, you might want to consider a flat polish edge if you are going to use the table top to fit down in a frame, such as for a patio table top. Some of our round glass table top options even come with a hole in them for an outdoor umbrella.