Elizabeth Taylor's Case
Asprey made a tan leather suitcase for the London-born film star Elizabeth Taylor. It sold for $25,000 at auction at Christie's alongside other pieces from the collection of Elizabeth Taylor.
First launched as a signature collection in 2004, the 167 Button design was inspired by the concept of signature buttons on fine clothing. Over the years, this button motif has featured across many of our product categories.
In its incarnation within Asprey’s jewellery collections, the 167 Button features a coloured centre gemstone surrounded by pavé diamonds.
Based above our store on New Bond Street, London, the Asprey workshops are unique. All products are guaranteed.More about the workshops
All Asprey products are guaranteed against defects in workmanship for one year from the date of purchase (this in no way affects your statutory rights). However, in the unlikely event that your Asprey product does not match up to our exacting standards, we will try our hardest to put matters right. Should any manufacturing fault appear on your Asprey product within twelve months of purchase, please return it to us with proof of purchase. Where possible we will try to repair it, or if it cannot be repaired, we will replace it for you.
For any damage resulting from normal "wear and tea", an accident, or damage that has occurred outside of our guarantee period, please contact our Customer Service team (email@example.com) who will be pleased to provide you with a quote for repair where possible. Please be aware that repairs may take up to twelve weeks.
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