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Louis Vuitton Travel Trunk

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This immaculate Louis Vuitton trunk was crafted solely for transporting shoes and accessories

Key Features

  • This exceptional accessories trunk is the work of the illustrious Louis Vuitton
  • This luxurious chest contains space for 30 pairs of shoes and other accessories
  • Features original manufacturer's label with serial number 952766
  • Circa 1980
  • 25 ½" wide x 16" deep x 44 7/8" high

Item Details

  • Width:
    25 1/2 Inches
  • Height:
    44 7/8 Inches
  • Depth:
    16 Inches
  • Period:
    20th Century
  • Origin:
This rare and captivating vintage Louis Vuitton wardrobe trunk embodies the elegance and sophistication of a bygone era. Boasting the iconic "LV" monogram on its leather-upholstered frame, this standing chest is designed solely for transporting shoes and accessories. Housed in the front and top-opening case are 30 lined boxes for one's favorite shoes, each labeled and featuring a leather pull-tab. A two-level accessories tray and drawer sit above the shoeboxes, while a compartmentalized drawer, complete with jewelry pillows and straps, sits below. Perfectly fitted for maximum efficiency, this trunk promotes exact organization of one's wardrobe in all traveling conditions.

Features original manufacturer's label with serial number 952766. All hardware features Louis Vuitton marks.

Circa 1980

25 ½" wide x 16" deep x 44 7/8" high

Renowned across the globe as the first premier luxury goods purveyor, Louis Vuitton first opened his doors in 1854, and among his first customers was the Empress Eugénie. His trunks were always impeccably crafted, with the finest leather, canvas and brass trim. Vuitton first made his mark with the creation of the flat-top steamer trunk and the wardrobe trunk. Flat-top trunks, unlike earlier rounded-top trunks, made cargo packing and stacking much easier. Many contained wooden hangers, and others even had portable beds! Thanks to the leather-lined compartments and hangers of the wardrobe trunks, travelers could pack delicate clothing without fear of damage in transit. To own such a trunk during the late 19th and early 20th century meant that one was able to travel abroad, something only the most affluent individuals did. A master of marketing, Vuitton passed his attention to detail to his son Georges, who created the iconic LV logo in 1896 after his father's death. This was ostensibly the very first designer logo, implemented to prevent counterfeiting. Illustrating this fact is that, in addition to a serial number and an original label clearly visible in this trunk, "LV" is stamped into nearly every piece of trim, down to the smallest rivets.

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