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Vintage

Leather Collar Storage Boxes, Set of 3

Relique

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Leather Collar Storage Boxes, Set of 3
Leather Collar Storage Boxes, Set of 3
Leather Collar Storage Boxes, Set of 3
Leather Collar Storage Boxes, Set of 3
Leather Collar Storage Boxes, Set of 3

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage
Condition:
Very Good; some wear and signs of use, especially on straps
Country of Origin:
England
Materials:
leather
Size:
8" W x 3.25" H
Color/Finish:
brown
Care:
other; Clean with a dry cloth and leather conditioner.

Why We Love This

Set of three vintage hand-stitched leather collar boxes from the early 1900s, used for stowing men's shirt collars for travel. Each has a wonderful patina and normal signs of use. Large: 3"H x 8"Dia. Monogrammed "F.H." on the lid. Medium: 3"H x 7"Dia. Monogrammed "A.S." on the lid. Magenta leather interior embossed with "A.W. Gamage Ltd. Holborn, London," a British department store. Small: 3 1/4"H x 6"Dia. Monogrammed "R. Dawes" on the lid.
As described by Relique

About Relique

At their online shop Relique, Rick Brandt and Mary Beth Voss showcase vintage and repurposed interior accents that are unique with history, texture, and soul. Their pieces are a cross-section of Then and Now and include Industrial Age designs as well as artisanal adaptations of classic treasures. Relique gives forgotten and ignored bits of history new life as display pieces, in the hopes that new generations will appreciate their past.