H209562

Safekeeper Jewelry Cabinet with Drawer by Lori Greiner

Safekeeper Jewelry Cabinet with Drawer by Lori Greiner
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Looks can be deceiving. This Lori Greiner jewelry cabinet appears to be a standing dress mirror--but it's so much more! Open it up to find tons of storage room for your precious jewelry pieces. With plenty of hooks and shelves within the mirror, and space in the bottom drawer, this cabinet lets you store up to 350 pieces of jewelry. Plus, the Silver Safekeeper(R) anti-tarnish lining helps keep jewelry tarnish-free for up to 25 years. From Lori Greiner.

  • Hooks and shelves
  • Holds up to 350 pieces of jewelry
  • Mirrored front
  • Bottom drawer
  • Silver Safekeeper anti-tarnish lining helps keep jewelry tarnish-free for up to 25 years
  • Solid wood and veneer construction
  • Some assembly required
  • Measures approximately 61"H x 17-1/2"W x 13-3/4"L; weighs approximately 42 lbs
  • Imported

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Safekeeper Jewelry Cabinet with Drawer by Lori Greiner is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very Satisfied Great Purchase It is a beautiful piece of furniture and has lots of space. I was able to put all my jewelry and hair clips in the holder and stored my now empty jewelry boxes in the drawer on the bottom. The mirror is a quality mirror not cheap or flimsy. You do have to put it together. The mirror was packaged very carefully and the parts were labeled well. The instructions were mainly in illustration form, not many words. I found it easy to follow, but my mother does not understand illustrations well, so I know she and people like her, would have had difficulty. Other than that, the only drawback is that for people who are not strong or who live alone, it could be a challenge putting the mirror on the stand. The mirror is solid and a little heavy to try and hold while you align the holes where the frame attaches. My boyfriend and I struggled with it for a while until he had the great idea to turn the whole thing up-side-down. That way you hold the frame which is much lighter and the mirror stands safely on the floor until it is fully attached.
Date published: 2016-12-18
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