Take a good look inside the Glass Fruit Fly Trap before you try and pour yourself a taste of red wine. Despite the fact that it appears to be plugged shut with a cork in the top, a hole in the base will have been inviting in insects for as long as the vessel has been full.
Different from the crappy plastic branch-hung wasp traps typically found in yards around the world, this insect receptacle has been beautifully crafted from blown glass so that it might easily be aesthetically fitting for the center of a stylish dining table. It takes a sumptuous spherical form with three dainty legs and an inverted opening that draws into the interior of the clear ball. Wine, vinegar or juice can lure bothersome bugs into the Glass Fruit Fly Trap, doubling as a decorative piece rather than an indulgent one.