Display cases are specifically designed for displaying precious items in collectors display cases. This type of display cabinets is ideal for museums, exhibits, and other venues where security is a must.
Museum display cases can be square, hexagonal, tall and short. Use these showcases to protect valuable works of art in a gallery, or to exhibit expensive objects in a jewellery store. Many of the museum display cases include side track lighting to further focus attention on the displayed merchandise. The lights can be adjustable allowing the spotlight to be pointed in practically any direction. Moreover, there are museum display cases with mirrored decks that further accent the exhibited item.
All museum display cabinets should feature some type of locking mechanism. Locks are a vital feature for these showcases since they are typically used to display valuable merchandise. Even the economical museum display cabinets feature an alternate means of locking the cover to the base.
One similarity throughout all of these museum display cabinets is the full-vision design of the units. Once an item is placed inside the case; viewers can see the entire object from every angle. This adds to the versatility of these museum display cabinets; allowing them to be placed anywhere within a room, and not have to worry about the viewing angle.
Display Developments‘ Locking Display Case is a three compartment case fabricated from 5mm crystal clear acrylic with polished edges that has hinged locking door with fixed shelves equally spaced. It can be freestanding or wall mounting using the keyhole slots on back panel. Display Developments’ design and manufacture acrylic museum display cases and exhibition cases but also offer a variety of other products including point of sale displays and leaflet holders.