For those who have purchased a reproduction 17th c Padded Mirror Case, I have made a travel case specifically to fit it. Weather traveling to a show, an embroidery guild meeting or just traveling to a shelf for storage, its wonderful to have a pretty handmade case to keep our precious things in~ in this case, a Padded Mirror Case!
I designed the case to follow the form of the casket cases~ it is fit with all solid brass hardware~ hinges, working lid lock with two keys, Queen Anne side pulls and escutcheon
As pretty on the inside as the outside, a fitting home for your mirror case when not in use or on display. I really am in love with the function of this case~ as the lid lifts up, the front falls open at the same time, for ease in sliding the case in and out. After have made this one, I am in awe why all cases & boxes do not open this way! I love it! If you have purchased a Mirror Case and are interested in purchasing a travel case, they are available on the class blog, www.ForTheLadye.blogspot.com
The Lady's Repository Museum is a privately owned museum dedicated to the collection, preservation and study of unique early American fashions of both women and children, the later being a specialty.
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