Showcase Names：Table top display case with five sided glass
Showcase Type：|Table top display cases|
5-sided, all-glass table top display case on a closed plinth. Power supply, microclimate control and access opening system are incorporated within the high-security plinth below. A security laminated glass hood is securely bonded into a locking metal frame. It is the perfect choice for the display of smaller objects and documents. It offers ease of access with a high level of security and environmental control and is widely used by museums, libraries, and archives.
In the Friendly Communications & Historical Testimony - Exhibition of Gifts Presented to the Party and State Leaders in Diplomatic Activities, 611 gifts received by Party and State leaders at diplomatic events since the foundation of New China were exhibited. They were chosen for display based on their historical significance and high art value. Most of the gifts were exhibited for the first time.
This project was mainly on Wall display cases and Table top display cases. For best visual effect, Relicase took elaborate design on illumination.
Relicase designed multi-bay display cases for the exhibition. An LED light bar is hidden beneath each shelf. The height and location of the shelves allow for flexible adjustment, mounting and removal. We applied large hinged doors to suit the exhibits and allow easy staff access.
For the Zhejiang huangyan museum, Relicase supplied customized free standing and table top display cases, got acknowledge for bringing out ideal display effect.
The huangyan museum was founded in June, 1984, located in Chengguan xueqian xiang, Huangyan, Zhejiang, building area reaching 12000㎡. The museum has four display hall. The first floor is temporary exhibition hall, historical relics exhibition hall on the second floor, the three floor is folk cultural relics exhibition hall, and the fourth floor will be a private collection of treasures.
The huangyan museum has more than 8000 pieces of cultural relics, including 84 important cultural relics. These collections are sorted in celadon, jade articles, golden, silver and bronze wares, calligraphies and paintings, rubbings, costumes and other categories. The Buddhist relics of North Song Dynasty are most famous and welcomed in this museum.