- Here are a few diverse examples of various showcases dependent on budget to include Acrylic Covers and
Laminated Safety Glass and governed by the level of conservation required by individual Museums.
Our expertise covers virtually most 'case' scenariois from delicate celtic torqes, gold objects, models of timber
framed houses, industrial products, body parts of neanderthal man, bronze and stone axes, medieval and
roman pottery, food and an endless list of other categories.
- Computer ControlledSHOWCASES
- Series of computer regulated showcases, controlling lighting and audio - shown here during the fit-out and very much state of the art when first fabricated
- All control mechanisms and lighting are housed separately from the main display body.
- Temporary showcases with a diamond shape acrylic cover and security locks.
- Featured showcase displays the original Royal Investiture Throne of HRH PrinceCharles at his Royal Investiture in Caernarfon Castle in 1969 and rests on a38mm thick slate daias sourced from the Dinorwic Slate Quarry in North Wales.In the foreground is a further display which houses a Kneeling Stool used by thePrince during his oath of office in front of HM Queen Elizabeth II and positionedhere behind a Touch Screen presentation of the Ceremony.
- The exhibit is part of a wider themed display on the Princes of Wales and located withinCaernarfon Castle.
- Original planning and staging model for the 1969 Royal Ivestiture at Caernarfon Castle and located within the the Princes of Wales display at the castle. The original circular slate daias is seen at the top of the model with it's large acrylic awning.
- Cylinder - style showcase at Criccieth Castle, Visitor Centre on the NW Coast of Wales.
High - end joinery for a bespoke showcase constructed for an exhibit sited at
'Castell Coch' Nr Cardiff, Wales.
- Available for short or long term projects,both UK