Trinket Boxes

Exuding class and charm and ethically handcrafted in premium European materials, this trinket box's classical look and designer finish are as attractive as the accessories you can store inside.

With its soft leather curves and gold-toned hardware, it is a trend that is here to stay whilst at home or on-the-go. This circular trinket box includes a luxurious Napa leather exterior and a beautiful butter-soft Spanish suede lining. With a soft lid-pouch insert, this trinket box is designed to store jewellery with room for cufflinks, studs, rings or travel essentials such as headphones, charging cables and USB sticks. This accessories case is finished with our signature amber-orange zip pull and features a hot-stamped foil embossed STOW logo. Monogram the top with initials for a personal touch.

This round trinket box is perfect for short and long-haul travel trips and is designed to fit inside hand, cabin and everyday bags easily; this case will look just as stylish slipped into any bag as displayed on your bedside table. Pushing a contemporary twist on a traditional travel accessory, this mini trinket boxes circular design is inspired by a classical compass case's aesthetic. It is available in a range of attractive, stylish colours to suit every personality and occasion. Crafted in Silk Elba leather, this velvety smooth trinket and accessories box makes an ideal gift for any special occasion.

Discover the top-notch handcraftsmanship behind our sustainably constructed trinket boxes. All of our leather goods are manufactured in artisan factories in Europe. The leather used to craft our products is carefully and responsibly sourced from European tanneries in Italy and Spain.  All of our core tanneries are rated as a gold standard by the Leather Working Group. They are a not-for-profit membership organisation and are responsible for the world's premier leather manufacturing certification. We only use top grain hides, which are always a by-product, meaning that we therefore never use leather sourced from so-called leather farms.