Richards’ Secretary Trunk adds vintage touch to your office


I like SecretaryTrunks, they seem to look good, are superbly useful and sturdy too, not to forget, very classy and vintage. And after trotting around the entire world, a marvelous specimen of a canvas-clad steamer trunk came into the European antiques market. Crafted 20th-cenury at England for Tom Richards was restored and recreated by Timothy Oulton, to create a stunning travel collection. These 39-inch wide, 29-inch deep and 76-inch tall trunk sport wooden frames covered with water-resistant hand-waxed Beige-colored canvas, mended using hand-hammered pins.

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The antique value is preserved with strips of aged bamboo trimmed with antiqued brass. The truck can be handled with leather handles and corner protectors and comes equipped with brass luggage latches. The interiors of the $4495 trunk are lined in Canvas.
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