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HOME STORE FXTURES JAWELRY DISPLAYJEWELRY SALE CASES. Jewelery display cases are used in a showroom or jewelry shop as a showcase, counter, and display table. A single jewelry display case can also be found in a retail shop for gift displaying. Most jewelry displays were made of wood panels in the past. Today, elegant jewelry furniture is made from stainless steel, artificial stones, and translucent stone. A jewelry display can be designed with modern concepts and different styles to make it stand out. The most common display furniture is glass jewelry displays. You can set up multiple glass showcases together to create islands in a jewelry shop. Depending on the size of your store, you can place one or more jewelry islands in it. Find your favorite jewelry shopfitting by checking out our category. Additionally, our experienced design team is available to help you plan a new modern store or interior remodel. No matter what style you prefer, our designers can help. Our team can help you design the perfect ideas. We can create seamless glass joints. With our vast material knowledge and fabrication capabilities, we allow our clients to create a memorable experience in-store. We are specialists in wood, metal, and veneer surfaces. Our close-knit network includes partners in acrylic, vinyl, and glass. Our engineers and material specialists will collaborate with you to create a unique store fixture package or environment made of wood, metal or glass, fabrics or stone, solid surface, or any combination thereof. We also apply custom finishes, etching and integrate digital elements. We also offer custom finish development, matchmaking and other unique services to distinguish your brand environment. Get high-quality commercial jewellery shop displays at factory direct prices now.
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