The Gertrude leather jewellery roll is the ultimate travel item, designed for all types of accessories. For first class tours through to backpacking adventures, everyone will adore its quality and practicality.
Secured with a snug leather bridge and strap, the Gertrude is large enough to store a wide variety of pieces within three internal zipped pockets, including bracelets, necklaces, charms and more.
An additional feature is a centred leather strap to hold rings and three pairs of earrings.
Our signature orange leather Stowaway Envelope is included inside, intended to hold tiny mementoes.
The Gertrude arrives packaged in Stow’s smart branded gift box and dust bag, free of charge. Additional gift wrapping is also available.
Size when open flat: 295mm long x 220mm wide
Size when folded closed: 100mm long x 220mm wide x 22mm deep
Materials: Soft luxury leather outer, goat suede lining
Colourway: Amber orange leather and berry goat suede
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 jewellery roll flap.
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.
Writer, traveller, archeologist, diplomat. The inquisitive Ms Bell CBE, explored, mapped and became highly influential for British imperial policy-making, due to her skill and her contacts, built up through extensive travels in Greater Syria, Mesopotamia, Asia Minor, and Arabia. With her understanding of desert tribes and excellent language skills, she held her own against male counterparts … more