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Costway 360° Rotatable Jewelry Cabinet Armoire 2-in-1 Lockable Mirrored Coffee

Item# SPM15743204224 | Model# HW64483CF | Added on January 19, 2021 |
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Costway 360° Rotatable Jewelry Cabinet Armoire 2-in-1 Lockable Mirrored Coffee
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Our jewelry cabinet is the perfect companion for any woman with a rich collection of jewelry. This 360 degree rotating jewelry cabinet keeps all your jewelry off drawers and safes and stores them in one place. With its ultra-large storage capacity including 120 earring slots and 54 earring holes, 78 ring slots, 24 necklace hooks, one bracelet bar, 5 storage racks, 2 dustproof storage pockets, 3 acrylic storage boxes, you can put all your collections in the cabinet. And the lockable design helps keep your jewelry secure. The full length mirror offers you a head-to-toe view of your outfit. With 360 degree rotating base, you can do some makeup with easy access to your jewelry and cosmetics. Made of durable P2 MDF, this free standing jewelry armoire ensures long term use. This mirrored jewelry armoire will add a sophisticated look to your room.

Features:
360 degree rotating base makes convenience for finding items
Full length mirror offers a head-to-toe view of your outfit
Lockable design ensures the safety of your property
Made of high-quality P2 MDF for long term use
Practical jewelry organizer with luxurious appearance
30 heavy anti-rust hooks prevent jewelry from tangling together
5 storage shelves perfect for perfume, glasses and other cosmetics
100 earring slots for ample earring storage
Back three tier shelves provide with additional storage space
Soft velvet inside protects your jewelry from scratching

Specifications:
Color: Coffee
Material: P2 MDF + Mirror
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