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Vintage

1930s Leather Footlocker

Randall Barbera

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1930s Leather Footlocker
1930s Leather Footlocker
1930s Leather Footlocker
1930s Leather Footlocker
1930s Leather Footlocker
1930s Leather Footlocker

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Excellent
Country of Origin:
USA
Style:
Art Deco
Materials:
leather/brass/pine/cotton
Size:
31.5" L x 17" W x 14" H
Color/Finish:
brown

Why We Love This

Restored vintage trunk recovered in supple brown leather and lined in white cotton-linen with removable wood tray. Twin stitched reinforcing closure belts with brass plated roller buckles. Premium English Bridle leather stitched side handles, over heavy solid brass side guards. Solid brass edge and corner guards. Leather covered dust band. Working brushed-brass hasp lock and key.
As described by Randall Barbera

About Randall Barbera

Randall Barbera combines high quality woodworking, ornamental upholstery, old world building technology and creative design embellishment in giving new life and fresh faces to antique trunks. Inspired by the likes of Goyard and Louis Vuitton, he finds weathered cases and redesigns them. Drawing on the grandiose style elements employed by the great trunk makers, he transforms them into new vintage pieces which now are being touted as “Designer Trunks”.