The Amelia Leather Jewellery Case 2-Piece Set is the ultimate luxury travel gift for her. Stow’s best selling Amelia jewellery case is combined with a charming Jeanne trinket box.
This particular gift set was inspired by frequent customer requests to design a luxury combination that could be used together or separately. A timeless gift for any jewellery or travel lover.
The Amelia leather jewellery case stores a variety of jewellery, keeping items secure and organised within practical compartments and a secure drawstring pouch. Perfect for long trips away and looks smart and chic on a dressing table.
The Jeanne trinket box with removable ring cushion fits into the base of the larger Amelia jewellery case but is also a great item to use separately, being easily stowed inside a handbag, gym or overnight bag for everyday jewellery storage.
Our signature orange leather Stowaway Envelope is included inside each item, intended to hold tiny mementoes.
This gift set arrives packaged in Stow’s smart branded gift box and dust bag, free of charge. Additional gift wrapping is also available.
Amelia jewellery case: 152mm x 65mm x 105mm
Jeanne ring boxes: 70mm x 30mm x 40mm
Make this item extra special with a personalised touch and include gold foil or blind embossed initials or symbols, placed on the bottom left hand corner of the lid of the Amelia jewellery case and the Jeanne ring box.
Additionally, select a personalised message to be lasered onto the reverse of the orange leather stowaway envelope.
Please note that due to the nature of our grained leather, there may occasionally be small breaks that arise in the gold foil embossed initials. The quality of the gold foil finish, while fashionable, can vary. We recommend blind embossing for longevity.
Each personalisation service takes up to 4 working days on top of your chosen delivery service.
Orders accepted by us to be personalised cannot be altered, cancelled, returned or refunded.
Amelia Edwards, a Novelist, feminist and Egyptologist was home-schooled and showed considerable promise as a writer at young age. Her first poem for instance was published when she was just 7 years old and a series of novels followed soon after. Her world was turned upside down following a trip to Egypt. It was 1873 and together with her friend Lucy Renshaw, the pair chartered a local boat and sailed down the Nile to Cairo. … more
Circumnavigator, sailor, botanist and recognised as the first female to circumnavigate the world, French woman Jeanne was born in 1740 and grew up in a farming family. She later became involved with the aristocrat and plant specialist Philibert de Commerson. She agreed to join him on a royal expedition led by Louis Antoine de Bougainville aboard the… more