There are some restorations that are so poetic that they can not leave us unmoved. This explorer's trunk is the perfect example. This trunk mail zinc and brass dates from 1889, it is an exceptional piece. Abandoned for more than 90 years, the oxidation has completely metamorphosed and became unrecognizable. It is very difficult, even for an informed eye, to distinguish the nature of the metal covering it.
When our client brought us his trunk Louis Vuitton, he was desperate. Indeed he had locked it several months ago and had lost this one ... A classic ! Of course it would be easy to remove the rivets to open the lock, but our mission: to open it without weapon or violence A lock deemed impeccable:
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This new louis vuitton mail trunk is again the sad example
Today March 16, 2018, is the inauguration of the largest private exhibition of trunks Louis Vuitton after the success of the exhibition of Amsterdam. Legendary trunks the exhibition moves and opens its doors to the Swedish public!
Although aluminum has invaded virtually every area of everyday life, it was a time when aluminum was worth more than gold. In 1807 a British physicist named "aluminum" a metal which he supposes the existence.
Definition of Suitcase: The suitcase is the evolution of the bag, it protects its contents thanks to a rigid frame. The luggage is rectangular in shape, generally between 40 and 80 cm in length. The difference between a trunk is a suitcase is not the size, but the number of handle. A trunk is worn at least 2 hands, the suitcase is worn with one hand. The suitcase is accepted by most companies as hand luggage to be put in cabins on trains, boats, carts, or cars. They can also easily be stacked...