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Finally new shelves to display some Cobalt Blues.

hemihampton

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Some of you might remember a old post from a couple of Months ago where I had a Lighted Display Cabinet but no Shelves & was a Discussion of getting Glass or Plexiglass Shelves. Finally was able to get some thick, 1/4 inch thick Glass for shelves. Here they are. LEON.
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Sarasota941

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Jan 10, 2016
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Some of you might remember a old post from a couple of Months ago where I had a Lighted Display Cabinet but no Shelves & was a Discussion of getting Glass or Plexiglass Shelves. Finally was able to get some thick, 1/4 inch thick Glass for shelves. Here they are. LEON.View attachment 222354View attachment 222355View attachment 222356
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Now that is a show stopper! Some great bottles hidden in there. The ¼ glass is perfect, solid as a melted rock.
 

yacorie

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Dec 10, 2018
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Looks great - just make sure those pins are reinforced because a lot of horror stories start when one of those pins fail or the little wood hole they are stuck in breaks out
 

Sarasota941

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Jan 10, 2016
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Looks great - just make sure those pins are reinforced because a lot of horror stories start when one of those pins fail or the little wood hole they are stuck in breaks out

You know, this never crossed my mind for some reason. Glad you brought this up. The glass is strong enough, now is the frame/ pins.? I will be definitely looking very close tonight when I get of this jobsite.
 

BillHaddo

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