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Wall Mounted Jewelry Cabinet Wall Mounted Jewelry Cabinet
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Product description: This cabinet on your wall can be both a piece of art and a place to store many kinds of jewelry. It is made of ribbon Sapele from West Africa, and has a book-matched door panel made from a piece of Spaulted Maple. Inside are over a dozen brass necklace pegs and an additional chain carousel that has another 6 pegs. Three drawers can store individual jewelry pieces. Two of the drawers have removable dividers, the third is open. There is also a small tray with ring bars for easy storage. The tray can be removed as needed. Lastly, the inside of the door has several rails with slots that can accept earrings. Overall dimensions are approximately 13" wide by 21" high and 7 1/2" deep. The entire piece is finished in satin lacquer. The cabinet mounts easily on the wall by use of a french cleat, shown in the last picture. Once the cleat is installed on the wall, the cabinet just drops in place and can be lifted off at any time. Instructions for mounting are included.
 
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$699.00 USD

Wall Mounted Jewelry Cabinet

Woodworking by Bob Dickey

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  • Product ID#: 214456
  • Dimensions: 13" width x21" height x8" depth
  • Weight: 28
  • Materials: Wood
  • Style: Contemporary

Artwork Description: This cabinet on your wall can be both a piece of art and a place to store many kinds of jewelry. It is made of ribbon Sapele from West Africa, and has a book-matched door panel made from a piece of Spaulted Maple. Inside are over a dozen brass necklace pegs ...
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