This beautiful mirrored-back curio cabinet lets you display your collections: a source of pride, accomplishment, and fond memories. Give your cherished belongings the spotlight they deserve with this beautiful locking curio cabinet, fitted with a sliding beveled class door and locking mechanism for security. Five generously-sized glass shelves can be adjusted into nearly any configuration with top-to-bottom position holes every two inches, allowing you to customize the display to your liking. Along the framed edges, stunning rope-and-block molding frames and flatters the curio's contents, while two-setting halogen top-mounted lights provide an attractive, uncluttered view of your items. This curio cabinet is finished with glass sides and a fully mirrored back that allows you to see your items on display from every angle. A warm honey-brown finish on the cabinet's attractive veneers goes with any decor theme for easy style matching.
- Elegant molding and V-groove glass detailing adds a premium touch to a traditional curio
- A sliding felt-lined front door allows access to the interior from the right or left side
- An integrated lock on the left side keeps contents secure from tampering
- Warm honey-toned wood veneers highlight subtle details in rope-and-block carved frame
- Brass-toned side lock comes complete with keys
- Halogen top-mounted lights offer your choice of two different illumination levels
- Crafted with hardwood solids for durability and veneers for lasting beauty
- Minimal assembly required to position glass shelves as desired
- Five glass shelves can be adjusted in 2 inch increments or removed to customize display
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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