Travel Jewelry Cases –Protection on the Go
Travel jewelry cases have been used throughout history to protect a person’s valuables during long, often arduous journeys. Highly ornamented caskets were used totransport the nobility’s precious jewels (and were carefully guarded continuously by a servant or attendant), while the few good pieces a commoner owned were carefully tucked away inside humble containers. Today, small, easily portable jewelry rolls, designed specifically for travelling, can be chucked into a backpack, a suitcase, a purse, or a gym bag to keep jewelry from being damaged or lost. These travel jewelry cases are carried bypeople of all economic classes on trips that range from a couple of hours spent at the gym or ina neighboring town up to vacations comprising weeks or,possibly, months of international travel.
Travel jewelry cases are popular because they are useful for organizing and protecting one’s jewelry, as well as keeping pieces from getting lost along the way. Travel jewelry cases can be as simple as jewelry rolls containing inner storage pouches for one’s jewelry, or they may be compact“hard shell” cases of wood or leather with cushioned internal compartments. Manyincreasingly elaborate travel jewelry cases even contain smaller cases, which are detachable, for dropping into an evening bag or a purse.
When looking for traveling jewelry cases, keep the following tips in mind: Is the recipient someone who travels with only a few pieces, or someone who brings different items for every outfit? Whatpieces of jewelry does he or she travel with? Choose a travel jewelry case that has compartments for that kind of jewelry. Think about the recipient’s travel style. Does he or she toss a couple of clothing changes into a backpack or duffel bag? If so, either a jewelry roll or a zippered leather pouch would be a better choice than a heavy, wooden box. This also holds true for someone who travels primarily by air, becausethey will need to reduce any additional baggage weight to the minimum to avoid additional fees. Business travelerswill appreciate travel jewelry cases that are more sturdily built because they are often carryinga greater variety of jewelry with them to suit a variety of occasions, and often spend more time away from home.
Travel jewelry cases play a larger role today than they have ever done before because we have become an increasingly mobile society. Throughout history, the lion’s share of travelers traveled for business, networking, or political reasons. Jewelry wearers who travel have increased logarithmically, while hotel and travel security remains a mixed bag, level-wise. More people travel for personal pleasure these days because travel has become more affordable for the average person than it had been even a decade ago. And with families becoming spread over larger geographical areas because of job and economic realities, more people travel for family purposes. More travel means that more jewelry is being carried during trips, which – in turn – engendersa greater need for small travel jewelry cases, in order to keep one’s jewelry well-protected and properly stored.
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