Jewelry Case Suggestions?

Vista

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I'm looking for a spacious travel case for jewelry that may have compartments for brooches as well as necklaces, etc.

Sure could use some input. Looks like LV may have a few.

Tina
 

chloehandbags

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Suede, or suede-lined, is an excellent choice for jewellery cases and rolls (particularly for travel), as it grips the pieces and helps prevent damage.
 

jade119

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I travel frequently on business and had the hardest time finding something that would accomodate the jewlery i wanted without it arriving tangled and twisted. I tried the rolled case style and found that once filled with some of my larger vintage items would not roll and close. The best solution ended up being a $25 drawstring bag that my mother found, lol. It keeps everything seperated in small pockets that run along the outside of the interior, and has a large space left in the middle for brooches or large beads. It is extremely lightweight and squishy once closed- so I can easily tuck it in between layers of folded clothing or whatever small space it left in my suitcase:idea: Also, it opens nicely and lays flat for easy access to everything.
I purchased the black one shown here (bottom of the page 0nline Jewelry Boxes from the Netique Gift Boutique
 

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ashlend

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For travel, I have a jewelry roll from Aspinal that works beautifully with all of my pieces.
Yes -- I have a similar thing. I received it as a gift when I was... gosh, I don't even know now. In my early teens, maybe? I've had it for so long and I still don't ever leave on a trip without it. :smile: