Tabletop display cases are fine for smaller items, such as your glass eye collection, but larger treasures – such as your two dozen kachina’s – mean larger cabinets.
This cabinet stands about 72 inches, is 12 inches deep and about 18 inches wide.
The sides are glass; the glass shelves are adjustable. There are two drawers beneath for those light sensitive, more private treasures.
This version is mostly alder; the pine parts, such as the drawer fronts and the ply back are tinted with a 1:4 mix of chestnut to natural stain to better match the subtle auburn of the alder.
Of course, you can have this made to a different size and configuration and with any wood you wish.