Philip Reinisch Panorama 48957 Corner Curio Cabinet
This antiqued-finish Pirate Black curio, the Philip Reinisch Panorama 48957 Corner Curio Cabinet
combines elegance with a look of well-aged furnishings, and create a timeless showcase that brightens a corner with functionally attractive corner storage. The cabinet is graced at top with a ribbon-mold bonnet that ripples around the tri-faceted front; the similarly shaped full-length front door (with antique style hardware) provides easy-reach access for perfect management of collectible or accessories resting on five levels of display. Inside, the four glass shelves features adjustable height and plate grooves; and additional ambience is provided by a bright Halogen light from above. To perfectly complement your contents, the back is reversible offering black (on board and batten) or richly bright chestnut panels. In full, with a sturdy structure of solid Northern Hardwoods, this unit will provide years of excellent and safe storage with an enduring handsome display.Key Features
· Interior lighting from above provided by cool lit Halogen
· Four glass shelves with adjustable height and plate grooves
· Easy access through full length front facet glass door
· Reversible back panel for options to best allows collectibles to stand outFinishes & Construction
· Philip Reinisch curio cabinets are constructed from quality Northern Hardwood solids
· Hand rubbed and distressed finish painted in a rich Pirate Black
· Reversible back features match-color board and batten on one side, Chestnut finish on the other
· Halogen light in all curio cabinets is U.L. and C.S.A. approvedAssembly
Item is shipped fully assembled. Minor assembly may be required to install shelves or connect feet.
With a strong early twentieth century foundation, Philip Reinisch Company began specializing in occasional furniture in 1932. With extraordinary devotion to quality and value, Philip Reinisch has become the largest and most prestigeous manufacturer of curio cabinets in the World. Philip Reinisch has expanded its United States operations to include hall trees, consoles, electric fireplaces, and much more.