Looking for luggage from a bygone era? You don’t have to look far – you can still pick up Globe-Trotter Original luggage, which comes with a free lengthy heritage.
Still made by craftsman in Hertfordshire, the cases are made with an ash wood frame and covered with a super-strength vulcan fibre material – a material only made by Globe-Trotter, with a composition that’s a company secret.
Fans of the luggage have included the Queen, Winston Churchill and Sir Edmund Hilary, who used the cases during his conquest of Everest. So it should stand the strains of your fortnight in Greece.
Prices depend on size, but start at £180.
Find out more at the Globe-Trotter website