Ann Arbor District Library
Ann Arbor District Library – Ann Arbor, Michigan (Project No. 32747)
The Ann Arbor District Library set up a permanent display alcove with information about the Washtenaw Library for the Blind & Physically Disabled. They asked us to build a display case to exhibit new high tech equipment from the library available for the blind & physically disabled. The Jewelry Vision “Plus” display case is 48” wide x 22” deep x 40” high with sliding tempered glass doors. The glass height of the cases is 12” high. The case was built from solid hardwood with a black satin lacquer finish. The deck where the items are displayed is covered with a white fabric. An LED bar light illuminated the display case.
Jewelry Vision “Plus” Display Case with Tapered Legs
Size: 48″ Wide x 22″ Deep x 40″ High
Glass Height: 12″
Wood: Solid Hardwood
Color: Black Lacquer
Deck: White Fabric
Back: Clear Tempered Glass
Display Doors: Sliding Clear Glass, clear handles
Doors on back
Lock: Plunger lock in track
Light: LED Bar Light, pointing toward doors
Switch: Switch under deck
Cord Location: Center of case door/wall side
"Very happy with the [36" Queen Anne Jewelry Vision] case. It's perfect for what I want to do with it. The whole area is the Ramon House exhibit, he was the last US Marshal of Dodge City"
Everyone is happy with them...
"The Queen Anne Jewelry Case and Cash Wrap are beautiful. Everyone is very happy with them. My director is pleased and her boss is pleased. I couldn't be happier. Thank you for all you did to get the units here in such a short time for our opening."
" The display case looks wonderful in our café area, and we are proud to show it off with some of our historical artifacts inside."