Ferronnerie luggage tag
The Ferronnerie luggage tag is from the fabulous Images d’Orient collection. The collection was designed in Lebanon by Peggy Raphael Dabar.
The design of this luggage tag is inspired by the wrought iron facades of homes in Lebanon at the end of the 19th century. These homes often had kitchens in the basement. With its varied patterns, this wrought iron grid (ferronnerie) formerly placed at the level of the pavement is now threatened. This design is also reminiscent of the wrought iron lacework typical of Victorian homes.
The luggage tag measures 10 x 6.5 cm. It is handmade from high quality silicone. The tag has a privacy shield, so that your name and contact details are not readily viewable by all and sundry.
The tag comes packed in a plastic pouch and makes a stylish and inexpensive gift for a man or woman.
Care instructions: Should the tag become dirty, just take out the contents (the address pages) and wash in warm soapy water. Allow to dry before putting it back together again.
Use this stylish and colourful luggage tag to identify and claim your baggage.