Imposing glass display cabined, wooden frame:
Height: 1.40 metre
Width: 1.80 metre
Depth: 60 cm
The wooden frame cannot be disassembled. The frame is expertly glued with wooden skewers. At the front (top and bottom) are aluminium rails.
The 2 glass doors (thickness: 4/5 mm) run exceptionally easily over an aluminium rail that is applied at the top and bottom side of the cupboard. The doors at the bottom feature an aluminium guide.
Each door has a cut notch.
All glass walls are kept at their place with wooden slats/small nails. This means that the glass plates can be removed from the frame for the purpose of transport.
Two glass shelves (approx. 1.76 x 0.53), thickness: 4-5 mm, which each rest on four platforms in the corners. (One shelve shoes a glass chip in the corner)
Space between floor and first shelve: 50 cm
The space above the glass shelves: 2 x 40 cm.
The weight of one shelve is approx. 10 - 12 kg.
As additional support of the glass shelves, one or multiple sticks can be used.
(NB: pictures with objects in the cupboard are only there for illustration purposes).
- No. of items
- Display cabinet
- wood - glass
- Model/ Name
- Mid-Century Modern
- Estimated Period
- Country of Origin
- Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
- 140×180×60 cm
- 80 kg