Since handing in my exegesis I have been continuously casting, filing, sanding and polishing. Alas, the project is finally coming to a close and it is time to set up the collection ready for its final inspection.
I have designed two flat pack showcase tables. Fabricated from structural ply wood, which are held together with the use of hafele connectors. The perspex stands are detachable allowing for full flexibility on the showcases in the future.
Their design took inspiration from display cabinets found in museums and ethnographic collections. Though they sit a little higher that usual, at 1200mm, this allows the rings to be shown at average persons chest height. Allowing for a full viewing of the rings without forcing the spectator to lean over the showcases.