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Displays Terminology

While we do everything possible to ensure that the terms used on our website are accurate, the world of manufacturing is not always an exact science.  These terms should help give you the idea of what the item is.

"Acrylic, " Lucite," and "Plastic" are sometimes used interchangeably by some manufacturers.  There's not a lot of practical difference in these materials.  We use whatever term the manufacturer uses.  If the manufacturer does not specify what kind of material they use - these we just call "Clear."

"Approximate" measurements are listed as manufacturers.  Of course these measurements are approximate and may nominally vary from time to time.

"Brass," "brass colored," etc. are generally painted or coated to look like brass.

"Gold," "gold colored," etc. are generally painted or coated to look like gold.

"Gold plated" generally means that the item has been electrostatically coated with that karat rated gold.

"Material Thickness" is not always provided by the manufacturer.  Sometimes, there are some materials that may vary in thickness a tiny bit from one production run to another.  These slight differences don't make any significant difference to the function of the display.

"Solid brass" generally means that the item has been fashioned from solid real brass.  Keep in mind there are many different types of brass.

"Solid wood" is a term we have found used very loosely by a lot of manufacturers. It may mean one piece of lumber, or it could mean wood matter pressed and finished to form the piece. 

"Solid "wood name" should mean the item is made of a piece of that kind of lumber. So, "Solid Walnut" should be made of walnut lumber.

"Wood finish" generally means that the item is made of some composite wood material and then finished to look like wood.  It could also mean genuine wood as well.

NOTE:  We use whatever terms & labels the manufacturers use.  We do not scientifically test items, nor do we scrutinize every measurement they give us.  That is very impractical and unreasonable. We cannot be held responsible if labels turn out to be in error. And we cannot be responsible for typographical errors. We, as well as many of the manufacturers we represent have been in business for decades, so you can be assured that these products are of high quality and every effort has been made to describe them accurately.
 

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