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This beautiful jewelry display is the perfect way to store your jewelry. The decorative metal mesh holds your dangle earrings and the ring storage will not only hold your rings but your post earrings as well, we have put in some post earrings on the top row just to show you. The bangle bar is placed far enough away from the wood and your jewelry so that your bangles or watches hang perfectly without hiding or hitting anything. There is also a row of hooks on the bottom for your necklaces. This piece is shown in dark walnut with gold toned decorative metal mesh and gold toned hooks we have also put on two coats of polyurethane to make it easier to dust and protect the wood.

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Approx measurements.
Lentgh 17 3/4"
Width 13"
Depth 4 1/4"

Each piece has and saw tooth hangers attached to the back as well as felt pads to ensure no scratching on your walls.

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Jewelry for display only
Donna & Darrell Knish
Our drawers after a good cleaning

Jewelry Organizer and Ring Holder

$88.00 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: antique printer drawer, eye hooks, cup hooks, stain, paint, anchors, sawtooth hanger
  • Ships from Minnesota, United States to select countries.
  • Feedback: 1025 reviews
  • Favorited by: 447 people