Kai Takeshima Record Display II
Collectors of vinyl records of the 19th and 20th century are often left with derelict boxes that don’t do justice to the elegance and pricelessness of their LP collection. With the Record Display II from Kai Takeshima, displaying such invaluable pieces of man’s love affair with music is now made more artistic and truly elegant, worthy of the value that is integral in these pieces of history.
The Record Display II stands some 46 inches high, 43 inches wide, and about 26 inches deep. Nine record display compartments are built at a 6-degree angle giving you exceptional access to the much-coveted covers in your list. Six of these trays are located on the top shelf while another 3 are built on a lower shelf, raised just a few inches off the floor. Each tray is about 9 inches deep with a total combined record vinyl capacity of 450, although this will actually depend on the thickness of the individual sleeves. The Record Display II comes in a combination of either varnished and ebonized oak and stainless steel or oil-finished walnut and brass.
The Kai Takeshima Record Display II is built to pay homage to the music that has defined modern man’s march into the 21st century.