A pigskin leather Jewellery Case sized to be practical for travel.
The case is well made with quadrant hinges to give extra support to the lid and a removable tray. The tray has a central fitting to hold rings in the upright position and a compartment with a removable padded cushion to either side. Below the tray is a plain well for larger items.
The case is well made with good brass fittings and lined in suede. Although there is no maker’s name, the case is stamped Made In England to the edge of the lid. The case has rounded corners and subtle tooled lines following the edges. The key is missing but the lock works on a slide catch. This is a very useful Jewellery Case for weekends (or longer) away. Circa 1930.