Falling back on architectural terms, I’d call this a space frame, here corralling dried flower fixings. The idea may be a good one, though this example suffers from much abuse … the frame sags being unsupported in the middle, with front divider mounts bent and mangled (see Inset). Standard fencing provides containment on the shelf below.
IDEA: How about a sturdy square bar merchandiser across the back; long, heavy-duty hooks as dividers; and a forgiving plastic label holder extrusion across the front to complete and label the enclosure? If you like the idea and create one … please send a photo so I can post for others.
For Shelf Divider fixtures see…
“Dish Cloths Divided“
“Diagonal Dividers As Item Backstop“
“Ironing Board Display Challenge“
“Shelf Divider Mounts on Slatwall”
“Fixture Faces Aisle Traffic Diagonally“
“Straight-Entry All Wire Dividers”
“Character-Licensed Item Display“
“Open Wire Divides Toothbrushes”
“Finger-like Dividers Accept Scan Hook“
“Skateboards on End”
“Wire Dividers Flex to Fit“
“Wire Strut as Shelf Divider”
“Tall Items in a Short Space”
“Space Frame Divider Details“
“Space Frame Corrals Mops“
“Space Frame Fixture for Foliage”
“New Spin on Wire Product Stops”
“Allure of Gravity Feed”
“Hinge Adjusts Literature Rack Width“
For Shelf Divider design resources see…
“Shelf Dividers Tag” for a scrollable list of discussions.
“Divider Designs Pinterest Board“ for a visual summary.
“Shelf Dividers Index Page” for all resources and links