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Realspace® Crosswick Bookcase, 60"H x 30"W x 14"D, Espresso
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Realspace® Crosswick Bookcase, 60"H x 30"W x 14"D, Espresso

Item # 304387
  • Bookcase features open, tea-colored glass shelves for displaying frames, books and other office collectibles.
  • Assembly required.
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Create executive appeal inside your home or business office with functional pieces that work for you. The Crosswick Collection adds a modern touch to the traditional office. Tea-colored, tempered glass offers contrasting elegance against the dark wood finish. Pieces sold individually. Backed by the manufacture's 3-year limited warranty.
  • Bookcase features open, tea-colored glass shelves for displaying frames, books and other office collectibles. 
  • Assembly required. 

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Item # 304387 
Manufacturer # H11-0737  
collection name Crosswick
construction glass; laminate; metal; medium-density fiberboard
furniture style contemporary
furniture color Espresso
furniture finish dark
dimensions 60"H x 30"W x 14"D
component type bookcase
use type light
cord management no
assembly required Yes
warranty length 3-yr limited
brand name Realspace
distributor Swinton Avenue Trading Ltd., Inc.
postconsumer recycled content 0%
total recycled content 0%
hang-rails included no
high-sided drawers no
levelers no
locking drawers no
mobile no
number of drawers 0

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Realspace� Crosswick Bookcase, 60H x 30W x 14D, Espresso 3 5 1 1
glass shelves are too large for the frame It looked nice in the store, but after purchasing one and trying to assemble it at home, then things start getting ugly: The shelves (made of glass) were simply too large for the metal frame. I ended up using a carjack to open a few millimeters the frame (and damaging the metal) to insert the shelf... I should have returned it, but after all this trouble, it looks nice in my home office (if you ignore the scratches/bending in the metal frame...). October 28, 2013
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