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Wall-Mount or Over-the-Door Mirror Jewelry Cabinet – Brown

Posted By: mochachong

Date: Tue, 19 Oct 2021

Price: $195.00

Mobile: +65 97501607

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Brand new in original carton packing.


Make full use of your wall or door space - more space-saving than the standing version!


Material: E1 high density wood


Cabinet and mirror sizes: pls refer to pic (measurements are approx.)


Carton size: approx. 135 cm length x 45 cm width x 17 cm height


Total gross weight: approx. 15 kg


• Accessories and instructions for both wall-mount and over-the-door are provided.


• For over-the-door hanging, distance between fully-opened door and wall must be at least 12 cm.


• Cabinet door comes with both key lock AND magnetic closure.


In stock:
- Brown
- Pink


Sold out:
- White - new stock arrival in approx 8 weeks


Self-collect at postal code 210013 or delivery at $35.




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