My Jewelry Carrying Case

© by Rena Klingenberg; all rights reserved.

I have two jewelry carrying cases that work wonderfully for storing and transporting my jewelry inventory.

One of my jewelry carrying cases, made to hold stacking jewelry trays.

I spent many years awkwardly lugging around four huge rubbermaid containers with jewelry, displays, packaging supplies, etc. rattling around in them.

Ugh.

But when I switched over to my new jewelry display system, I invested in two of these rolling aluminum jewelry cases.

What a difference!

Since my entire display system is now based on 14.75″ x 8.25″ stacking black jewelry trays, these cases suit me perfectly.

They’re designed specifically to hold a stack of jewelry trays, and I usually have 16 to 20 trays full of jewelry stacked up in each case.

There’s a short version and a tall version of these aluminum jewelry tray carrying cases. I have the tall version.

They have an extending handle and wheeled base, which turn them into sturdy, rolling jewelry luggage.

The mesh pockets inside the door of each case can hold my receipt books, calculators, pens, hand wipes, and other things that are good to keep ready.

Perfect for Private Jewelry Showings
and Home Parties

By the way, if you take your jewelry around to shops and galleries, these cases are a really professional and easy way to make a good impression, show a lot of jewelry in a short time, and stay organized.

Same thing if you have customers come by to shop from you at home, or if you do trunk shows, private jewelry showings, or jewelry home parties.

You can wheel one of these cases in and informally pass around organized trays of jewelry for people to shop from them.

I put a little sticker on the end of each of my jewelry trays, telling me what’s in the tray so I can find any piece of jewelry from my inventory in seconds – just by opening the door of my jewelry carrying case.

Important: These tall aluminum cases are pretty heavy when they’re fully loaded with jewelry.

Unless you’re fairly strong, you may have trouble lifting them in and out of your vehicle.

So instead, you may prefer one of these types of cases:

* the shorter version of this aluminum case (which is about half as tall), or

* the nylon tote bags that are designed specifically for these stackable jewelry trays.

Where to Find These Cases

Many online suppliers of jewelry components and displays have cases similar to these.

While shopping for my own jewelry carrying cases, I found that eBay and jewelry suppliers such as Rio Grande had the best prices on these.

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Comments

  1. I have the same style of case (although mine is the shorter version-because I’m short and I opted for the style that opens on the side of the case rather than the front. I keep all my finished inventory in it beside my packing table so I can pull from the inventory & ship it easily.

    I use the flocked tray inserts that have the different size sections to them, makes it easy to separate the items and they don’t all slide to one side when you roll the case around.
    I don’t do shows anymore but when I did, it was nice to have all my inventory in one place, it was the last thing to come out of my (locked!) car and the first thing to go in it.

  2. terry wright says:

    how much are the jewelry cases run and where can you purchase them love the jewelry display that will work great for me how do you set up the lights

  3. Hi Terry,

    Many online suppliers of jewelry components and displays have cases similar to these. While shopping for my own jewelry carrying cases, I found that eBay and jewelry suppliers such as Rio Grande had the best prices on these. I don’t know whether they have the best pricing now, though, so I encourage you to research before purchasing.

    To research current prices, you’ll need to check with various suppliers. Be sure to factor in their shipping charges too. Do an online search for “jewelry tray cases” and you’ll get several suppliers who carry them.

    Regarding lights, you can see the details about my booth lights here.

    Wishing you all the best in your jewelry business, Terry! :)

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