Early 20th Century Mappin & Webb Vanity Travelling Case
in good overall condition. This is from the time of the Titanic,
when people travelled in style with lots of baggage and servants.
Compartments are leather lined on the overall cream silk lining.
No keys, opens well and is unlocked. Keys could be easily made.
Mappin & Webb mark above the handle when opened.
Mappin & Webb (M&W) is an international jewellery company headquartered in England.
Mappin & Webb traces its origins to a silver workshop founded in Sheffield in 1775;
248 years ago. It sill has retail stores throughout the UK.
Mappin & Webb has held Royal Warrants to British monarchs since 1897.
The company's master craftsman Mark Appleby is the current Crown Jeweller of the United Kingdom
Very good overall condition, with slight scuff marks in the corners,
original leather handle very intact, leather thing very intact, slight unraveling to liner in a few areas.
Length: 19 3/4"
Depth when closed: 7 1/2"
With lid open: 19 1/4"