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Thimble Display Case

Acrylic Display Cases for wall hanging are ideal for rooms where floor space is scarce.  These thimble display cases are the best way to showcase and display thimbles, collectible figurines, crystals figures, and any miniature treasures.  For your Gold Thimbles, Silver Thimbles, Pewter Thimbles and Porcelain Thimbles.

SAFE offers a wide selection and sizes of wall mounted display cabinets. These display cases are constructed from heavy duty acrylic glass, by our expert craftsmen in Germany.  Every piece is guaranteed to be gallery quality and are pre-drilled so they can easily be hung up on your wall!

Thimble Display Case

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SAFE offers the best acrylic display cases for all your antique collectible thimbles.  For gold thimbles, silver thimbles, pewter thimbles, porcelain thimbles and your entire thimble collection.  For any additional questions not shown regarding the industry's best Thimble Display Case, please email or call us today!

Silver thimbles make for a delightful collection when arranged neatly together. They are easy to put on display and they can be found in all sorts of places from auctions to thrift stores, all depending on the collector's enthusiasm for searching.

A good collector will always know the stories and history behind the items that they collect. Silver thimble availability was not as widely spread prior to the Victorian era, at which time there was a flourish in their production. In fact, it was during the Victorian era that thimble collecting became a popular pastime. This means that thimbles earlier than the Victorian era will be likely more expensive and harder to find. Many of the earlier examples survive in mint condition, suggesting that they were not used but were used as display items.