Jewelry Travel Case

Jewelry Travel Case

jewelry travel case

Over the years I have gone through many jewelry travel cases and now I have finally found one I LOVE. I was actually at Marshalls when I found my new favorite jewelry travel case it was only $20.

The thing I love the most is that I have not had a single piece of jewelry break while traveling since I started using it. I usually have one piece break per trip, but on one particularly bad trip I had three items break and this is why I was on the hunt of something better.

This one is a lot bigger than what I have carried in the past. It has lots of pockets and zippers to keep pieces separated, as you can see from the pictures. 20140619-132130.jpgI like the way I can keep my necklaces separated, so they do not get tangled. This is especially important when I travel with more delicate jewelry. Also you can shut the necklaces completely off from the rest of the case with a soft divider. 

Unfortunately, I have looked multiple times at Marshalls for another one and they have not had any. The good news is I found it on Amazon! Here is the exact one I bought.

Now that I’ve been using this one for about five years, I wanted something else. I had a TSA agent go all through my jewelry and she tangled the necklaces badly. It took hours to get them all done and I do not want to deal with this again. I doubt another TSA agent will do what this gal did. In fact, this is the only time I’ve had my jewelry case searched. 

Well, after looking around I found this jewelry roll, the Teamoy Travel Jewelry Roll. As you can see it has one less necklace holder, but it’s sectioned offed more than what I currently have. Even though I carry more than three necklaces at least as I double them up there will be fewer placed with each other. 

I do not travel with very many rings, so I plan to use the ring holders to hold bracelets instead. 

Travel Jewelry Roll

By | 2019-10-01T16:38:11-07:00 June 19th, 2014|travel essentials, travel gear, travel prodcts, Travel Tips|2 Comments

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Meagan is the author and host of Mommy Travels, a family travel and lifestyle blog. She has been traveling the world with her three kids for over a decade and loves sharing her adventures and tips with others.


  1. Mike Huiwitz June 28, 2014 at 9:30 am - Reply

    Make sure you’re keeping your jewelry safe at all times though.

    • Meagan July 2, 2014 at 8:46 pm - Reply

      I agree Mike. I had my wedding ring stolen from Caesar’s palace in Las Vegas. It was a lesson learned the hard way. I wrote several posts about it including one on the truth behind hotel security. You would probably find it pretty interesting.

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