After seemingly circling the globe, a canvas-clad steamer trunk landed at a famed European antiques market. It was battered and worn, but its careful construction and handsome detailing marked it as bespoke luggage, crafted in early 20th-century England for a traveler of discerning taste (a traveler whose name – according to the brass plate mounted above the latch – was Tom Richards). Plucked from potential obscurity, the trunk made its way to the workshop of Timothy Oulton, where it was painstakingly dismantled – every pin removed and measured, every hinge and brace scrutinized. And from that well-made, well-traveled trunk, a collection was born. Our polished aluminum version was inspired by the gleaming nose cones and fuselages of mid-20th-century aircraft, clad in a patchwork of polished aluminum panels accented with exposed steel screws. DIMENSIONS 60¾”W x 17¼”D x 21½”H. IMPORTANT NOTE: RETURNS NOT ACCEPTABLE FOR THIS ITEM. REQUEST YOU TO PLEASE MAKE SURE EVERYTHING IS AS PER YOUR REQUIREMENT BEFORE YOUR PAYMENT.
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Each piece is constructed in precisely the same manner as the original and aged to look as if it’s seen epic journeys of its own
Wood frames are clad in polished aluminum, accented with steel screws. Braced with strips of aged solid wood trimmed with antiqued brass
Fitted with leather handles and corner protectors. Equipped with brass luggage latches. Drawers are canvas lined
Aluminum has a matte finish that’s lightly distressed for a vintage look; intentional nicks, dings, small scratches and other imperfections are to be expected and add to the character and uniqueness of each item
To maintain the shine, buff occasionally with metal polish Wipe with a soft, dry cloth