Tuesday, May 24, 2011

In Love with Vintage Luggage

Found in Montana at an estate sale this wonderful leather trunk........I plan to take it to The Farm Chicks Antiques Show in Spokane, Washington. It was made by The Henderson Ames Co. of Kalamazoo Michigan, producers of uniforms and regalia from 1893 to 1933.












It's so well made and sturdy.






The interior has this lovely bright floral image as a seperator.




Vintage Luggage on Railway Platform - I love this photo taken by Chris Lofty.




The above image was taken by Tara Bradford at North Yorkshire Moors Railway Station - love the hamper.





These cases have been painted by former graffiti artist Phil Frost and are showing at Prism Gallery, Los Angeles - the vibrant detail is fantastic.












And last but by no means least - Who couldn't resist this wonderful Vintage Luggage & Map Cake created by Pink Cake Box.
























2 comments:

Winchester whisperer said...

Those are fun - I like the floral seperator

touche de vintage said...

I'm in love with vintage suitcases as well. They're wonderful...especially the ones that still has stickers left on them from years ago.