This Tapered Leg Tower Display Case was built for Gold Art 18kt in New York City.
Here are some of the feature we built into this display case.
I have enjoyed being in the the display industry for over 40 years. One of the things that makes it difficult for us as a manufacturer and in turn difficult for our clients is not planning enough time to design and build the display cases to have them in-store for that important store opening or event.
"Everyone is very happy with the way the [Hexagon Counter Top Cases] look. The cherry wood and the stain looks great. I am waiting for the owner to see them so we can order more. Thank you for your patience with us." - Koehler's Jewelers
Location : 11 N Broad St, Lansdale, PA 19446
Finish: Custom Stain Match
View the entire Gilbert Thomes Jewelers project complete with jewelry display cases.
"We really like the cases, they are definitely quality cases. Thank you for working with us and finding a warehouse to hold the units until our construction was completed. We are very happy with the cases. "
Location : 400 Winslow Way E suite 140, Bainbridge Island, Washington 98110
Finish: Black Satin Lacquer
View the entire Mullen Brothers project complete with Jewelry display cases.
"The cases just arrived, they are beautiful. I just had to stop and give you a call. Thank you for all the work that you did! I will send you some photos once we have them all set up. The turned legs are great."
Location : 167 Swansea Mall Dr, Swansea, MA 02777
Wood: Mahogany Solid Mahogany
Finish: Custom Match Dark Cherry + Clear Coat
View the entire museum photo gallery of our Western District of North Carolina Courthouse project complete with artifact display cases.
"Here are a few pictures of the display cabinets. Everyone loves them and the history we have displayed in them! Thanks again for all of your help in getting them delivered on time for our event!!!"
Susan Calkins, District Jury Administrator/Special Projects Coordinator
Location : 401 West Trade Street, Room 210, Charlotte, NC 28202
Wood: Red Oak
Stain: Black Stain with Clear Coat
View the entire store photo gallery of our Elevation store project complete with cannabis display cases.
"The cases look beautiful, everybody loves them."
Sam Roark, Squaxin Indian Tribe
Location : 90 W State Rte 108, Shelton, WA 98584
Wood: Red Oak
What helps define the style of a display case? You might be surprised but the legs of a display case really define the look and style probably more than any other part of the case. You may also be surprised that some of our display case have the same display areas, however, when the legs are changed you have a totally different looking display. Just for fun I’ll show you an example.
LED light technology is rapidly changing. It is changing how we light our world with brighter and more economical ways. This includes display cases. I’ve put together some terms and a little bit of technology to help you understand what is available today in display case lighting.
When purchasing a display case it is important to know if the glass in the case is going to meet your display needs. There are several different types of glass. For your safety it is important to know what type of glass is used in the display cases you will be purchasing whether it be a horizontal counter display, tower, pedestal or wall mounted case.
Almost on a daily basis we are called by individuals or companies inquiring about the display case designs we offer on our website. It is interesting the number of ways our cases are used and in what settings. Here are some of the Industries or categories we have built display cases for. I am sure as time goes on we will be adding more and more categories.
Each industry has their own vocabulary with different terminologies. Unfortunately, people just assume you instinctively know said vocabulary which isn’t always the case. We often use specific terms to identify viewing areas of display cases that most customers aren't familiar with.
Let me help you by defining these terms. Let me clarify that even within an industry certain companies may use similar or different terms. However, the following terms are generally used by most display case manufacturers or distributors.
Despite the style of display, (Queen Anne, Classic, Contemporary,Tapered Leg, etc.) the term relates to the height of glass viewing area.
So many customers ask if we have a storefront to view the cases. Unfortunately, we don't. We don't because we build all of our cases to order. We do, however, have images on our product pages. Either images from the manufacturing plant or 3D drawings we designed.
We all know that the small details make all the difference in quality and unfortunately they are hard to see in images online. Keep reading and we will gladly share why our display cases are of great quality!
While some of our customers receive large shipments via their truck dock with no troubles, you may be of our many other customers such as a boutique or small jewelry store that rarely receive large shipments. In that case, you may need some preparation help.
" They [Classic Octagon Full Vision Display Case] look so much better in person :) We just received our cases. The craftmanship is superb. We like them so much we are going to order another case."
-- A.J. Antunes, Carol Stream, Illinois - Briar Picchietti, 9/2/2015
Wood: Red Oak
Stain: American Walnut
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Stain: Black Satin Lacquer
"The opening went great. The [Queen Anne Jewelry Vision] case arrived on time. We loaded it with product and it looks awesome. We decided to put men's jewelry in it and order another case for women's jewelry. Thank you so much! "
Location : 1465 First Street
Napa, CA 94559
Wood: Red Oak
Stain: Espresso Brown