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ed & cate™ Art & Music Display Unit

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This display unit is designed with a variety of different sized shelves to fit musical instruments, art and craft supplies and more. Care and maintenance details provided with product and available online at edex.com.au Made of Birch Plywood. Measures 80 H x 95 W x 40cm D. Features Lockable castors.
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ed & cate™ Art & Music Display Unit

Code
449787
This display unit is designed with a variety of different sized shelves to fit musical instruments, art and craft supplies and more. Care and maintenance details provided with product and available online at edex.com.au Made of Birch Plywood. Measures 80 H x 95 W x 40cm D. Features Lockable castors.
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Colour Natural
Material Made of Birch plywood.
Height 80cm
Width 95cm
Depth 40cm
Requires Assembly YES
Features Features Lockable castors.
User Advice Care and maintenance details provided with product and available online at edex.com.au The metal hardware can become loose over time, so we recommend that you check the screws, hinges and bolts throughout the year. This will help to keep the furniture strong and in the best working condition.
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