I've been on the hunt for a vintage train case and I found one that I really like. I've been trying to organize my vintage stash of items. This train case actually still had it's original cardboard box with it. I'm pretty sure it was never used and I am happy to report very much odor free but alas like many train cases no keys. Now, I have a nice storage space for some of my vintage gems.
A wish list item is one of these "week-end" handbags from Pichel. Pichel appears to be a really interesting handbag company. They have some very interesting designs and appear to be quality made so I plan to keep this company on my radar. It does appear that there isn't much for sale by this company so it will be a matter of tracking. Actually this might be another post to think about writing about is the name brands of various clothing and accessory manufacturers in the 30s and 40s.
Vintage Santa I'd love this Pichel week-end bag.
Coming up, I'd like to do a post on hankies. There are some beautiful vintage hankies out there that just seem to lovely to use. The ladies really wiped their noses in style:) I've also found a hankie that is pretty close to an vintage ad:)