Mural Display CaseOur TAP Seattle store helped Peter Michael, director for historic Smith Tower, build display cases for their murals. The Smith Tower was Seattle's first skyscraper. Opening on July 4th, 1914 and topping out at 42 stories, the Smith Tower was the fourth tallest building in the world. It remained the tallest west of Chicago for almost 50 years.
The murals are part of the crown jewel of the 35th floor Chinese Room. The room was originally furnished by the last Empress of China as a gift to Mr. Smith. Featuring a hand-carved wood and porcelain-inlay ceiling, ornately carved blackwood furniture, and 17th century works of art, the Chinese Room offers commanding views of Seattle from the complete wrap around outside deck of this 522' tall building.
The display cases for the mural are made of 3/16" clear acrylic. The various dimensions range from 44" x 84" x 4" to 25" x 84" x 4". The manager for the TAP Seattle store helped Peter put up these displays which are the centerpiece for the Chinese Room.
Custom Mural Display Case: $1,500.00