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The Heritage Collection combines timeless style and quality in seven travel-friendly styles. Multi-storage compartments, ring rolls and earring holders are a great way to organize jewelry near and far. Part of the Heritage Collection, these stylish and compact cases feature leather exteriors, tan plush interiors and chrome plated snap or key lock closures.
Storage: 3 jewelry compartments and travel case (2 jewelry compartments and 1 ring roll)
Heritage jewelry case, a classic design combined with vibrant colors. Includes lock amp; key, 3 jewelry compartments, travel case (2 jewelry compartments and 1 ring roll), glass mirror, chrome finished hardware, red lizard embossed faux leather and ultra-suede lining.
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