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Claremont Glass Satin Nickel Shelf
These modern standalone glass shelves are unobtrusive and are ideal for contemporary bathrooms. Enjoy the satin nickel finish of the fixtures and durable, clouded glass, the perfect easy-to-clean surface for storing toothbrushes and mouthwash.
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- Bring elegance to your bathroom decor with this brass and glass claremont shelf in satin nickel
- This shelf matches the bathroom accessory package
- Shelf is 19 5/8 inches long by 5 3/4 inches wide with square flanges
- Durable finish
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Limited Manufacturer|
|Type||Towel Ring Wall Shelves|
|Product Features||Includes Hardware|
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This glass shelf is a perfect match to Schon towel bars and faucet, for anyone who needs it. It is beautiful with a curved glass shelf and sleek lines.Read More
This shelf is sturdy and beautiful . I needed for my half bath, placed over the toilet. Love this shelf and price.Read More
I looked at many glass shelves for our master bathroom and this was by far the highest quality. The fixtures are solid and look expensive. The shelf and fixtures came wrapped carefully and my husband now has some counter space. I will be buying more of these for our other bathrooms.Read More
These shelves are high quality and high style. I love it, and am glad I purchased two. In fact I'm thinking I "need" another one.Read More
Ordered 2 shelves, arrived in excellent condition except one of the brackets had all the parts missing. Called distributor (not Overstock) to have parts sent. After 7 - 10 days called again and was told they should arrie from Taiwan sometime next month. Returned the items and bought locally.Read More
Great product so far--I just installed the shelf a few days ago. The only thing is that it would be helpful if the instructions indicated the distance between the two holes in the glass for installation purposes. Be sure to measure that (very exactly) before mounting anything. A very minor miscalculation will mean that the glass won't fit on the wall mounts. Very satisfied!Read More
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Thank you for shopping with us ukulelelady. The distance is 13 3/8 inches apart. Have a great day.
I have another question about the shape of the glass. It looks like it has a slight curve to the front, but I can't tell from the picture. Please help! Thanks!
Hi photobuff1, this item has rounded corners but does not protrude in the center. Thanks for shopping with us.
The description says 'durable, clouded' glass. The picture does not show this well. Can someone please describe this a little better? So it is not CLEAR glass? Does it look frosted? Thanks so much!
Hi photobuff1, the tempered glass is not frosted but clouded meaning its kind of translucent. We hope this helps. Thanks for shopping with us.
what is the thickness of the glass
The glass is 1/2 inch thick.
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