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FENDI Vintage Zucca Clutch Handbag Detachable Pochette Pouch Bags Jewelry Roll
By Fendi
Located in Thiensville, WI
FENDI Vintage Zucca Buckle Strap Clutch Handbag Detachable Pochette Pouch Bag Jewelry Travel Roll Brand/Manufacturer: Fendi Style: Clutch/Jewelry roll Color(s): Shades of taupe, br...
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21st Century and Contemporary Clutches

Fendi Handle Clutch Zucca Embossed Leather
By Fendi
Located in New York, NY
Condition: Excellent. Light wear on exterior wax edges, minor creasing in interior, scratches on hardware. Accessories: No Accessories Measurements: Height 6", Width 9", Depth 1" Des...
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21st Century and Contemporary Clutches

Fendi Metallic Zucca Glitters Baguette Chain Clutch
By Fendi
Located in Dubai, Al Qouz 2
Look glamorous while carrying this shimmering Zucca Baguette chain clutch by Fendi. Crafted from metallic Zucca glitters, it features a front flap with the notable Fendi logo in gold...
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2010s Clutches

Fendi Black Zucca Fabric Fold Over Clutch
By Fendi
Located in Dubai, Al Qouz 2
Finely crafted from black Zucca fabric and shining with beauty is this clutch by Fendi. It is designed in a foldover style with satin insides secured by a zipper. Simple yet appealin...
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2010s Clutches

  • Fendi Black Zucca Fabric Fold Over Clutch
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H 7.88 in. W 0.4 in. L 12.8 in.
Fendi Handle Clutch Leather with Zucca Velvet Small
By Fendi
Located in New York, NY
Condition: Very good. Scuffs on exterior, minor wear and scuffs in interior, scratches on hardware. Accessories: No Accessories Measurements: Height 6", Width 9", Depth 1.5" Design...
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21st Century and Contemporary Clutches

Fendi Multicolor Zucca Velvet and Leather Triplette Clutch Bag
By Fendi
Located in Dubai, Al Qouz 2
This Fendi Triplette clutch bag is conveniently designed with versatile and functional elements. Edgy and chic, it is crafted from Zucca velvet and leather and assembled with three z...
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2010s Clutches

Fendi 8M0251H8 Signature Logo Zucca Mia Clutch Wallet Tobacco
By Fendi
Located in New York, NY
We guarantee this is an authentic FENDI Zucca Mia Clutch Wallet Tobacco or 100% of your money back. This stunning clutch is crafted of Fendi Zucca monogram canvas. The bag features a...
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2010s Crossbody Bags and Messenger Bags

Fendi Zucca Monogram Large Men's Pouch Travel Envelope Evening Clutch Flap Bag
By Fendi
Located in Chicago, IL
Fendi Monogram Zucca Large Men's Pouch Travel Envelope Evening Clutch Flap Bag Monogram canvas Leather trim Vinyl lining Made in Italy Measures 12" W x 9" H x 2" D
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Late 20th Century Clutches

FENDI Zucca Mirror Vanity Mini Clutch Shoulder Bag
By Fendi
Located in London, GB
FENDI Brown/pink Gold Zucca Mirror Vanity Mini Clutch Shoulder Bag. This chic clutch is crafted of decorative canvas embroidered details and flap. The bag features Zucca print, trim ...
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2010s Clutches

Fendi Zucca Clutch For Sale on 1stDibs

On 1stDibs, you can find the most appropriate vintage or contemporary fendi zucca clutch for your needs in our varied inventory. Our collection includes a variety of colors, spanning Black, Brown, Blue and protectString (more). If you’re looking for a fendi zucca clutch from a specific time period, our collection is diverse and broad-ranging, and you’ll find at least one that dates back to the 20th Century while another version may have been produced as recently as the 21st Century. If you’re browsing our inventory for these accessories, you’ll find that many are available today for women, but there are still pieces to choose from for men and unisex.

How Much is a Fendi Zucca Clutch?

On average, a fendi zucca clutch on 1stDibs sells for $687, while they’re typically $312 on the low end and $1,925 for the highest priced versions of this item.

fendi Biography and Important Works

Like other major European luxury fashion houses, Fendi started small. Adele Casagrande was an Italian creative who loved fashion and sold leather and fur accessories from a tiny workshop she opened in Rome in 1918. However, after marrying Edoardo Fendi in 1925, her business model was altered dramatically. Together, the couple changed the boutique’s name to Fendi and moved into a bigger storefront, which quickly became the favorite shop of women all over Italy’s capital city for furs and leathers, such as handbags, coats and accessories.

As time moved on for Adele and Edoardo, the couple began to share more responsibility to their five daughters, who assumed management of the company during the 1950s. Fendi’s audience broadened and its profitability has soared over the years, owing to the brand’s fresh perspective on fashion world happenings and innovative sensibility. The maison also has a distinctive relationship with old-world Italian craftsmanship. The Selleria bags were the work of master saddlers in Rome, and Fendi partnered with lace artisans in southern Italy as well as craftsmen in the east trained in the intrecciato (intertwined) technique (an idea that Adele introduced during the 1940s), which, in Fendi’s case, sees an interwoven leather fabric integrated in the creation of its handbags, countering leather’s traditional rigidity with a bag that is soft, versatile and fitted with an alluring slouchy curve.

It wasn’t until 1965, however, when a young German designer named Karl Lagerfeld took the creative helm that Fendi became a world-renowned fashion house. In fact, Lagerfeld, who produced four to five collections yearly for the brand, is credited with creating Fendi’s instantly recognizable double-F logo (which stands for “Fun Furs”) in “less than five seconds.” Until Lagerfeld started designing for the brand, fur was a material mostly associated with heavy coats that few people actually wore. Lagerfeld reimagined fur in creative ways, using it as an accent on purses, cuffs on dress sleeves and collars on wool coats.

Over the ensuing years, Fendi has broken into the home-goods market with Fendi Casa and has become synonymous with luxury fashion, producing such pieces as the iconic Baguette, which was rendered ever popular on the television series Sex and the City. In fact, an entire episode during the third season was dedicated to the “original It bag,” a slim accessory tapered in a manner that recalls its namesake, designed in 1997 by Adele and Edoardo’s granddaughter Silvia Venturini Fendi, who was named creative director of accessories three years earlier.

Perhaps just as well known as its vintage Baguette handbags and creative use of fur is the brand’s devotion to its Italian roots. In 2013, Fendi donated more than 2 million euros to restore Rome’s Trevi Fountain, and when it was reopened to visitors, Fendi hosted its Autumn/Winter 2017 show on top of the landmark.

Fendi was a family-controlled brand until 1999 and is now owned by LVMH. In late 2020, British fashion designer Kim Jones was named the house’s artistic director for womens wear.

Find a wide variety of vintage Fendi handbags and purses, clothing and other accessories on 1stDibs.

Finding the Right Handbags and Purses for You

An integral part of fashion, handbags and purses have been indispensable accessories ever since we began to carry around personal items. Level of craftsmanship, style and shape matters — from coin purses in ancient Greece to early 20th-century opera bags and onward, handbags have evolved considerably over the years to meet our needs and desires, whether or not you happen to be prioritizing functionality over a flashy exterior.

Once, a single “It” handbag ruled each fashion season. No more. Today, handbag lovers are savvier and have a wider range of shopping options. Nevertheless, classic bags still rule.

“It is not a fashion bag — it is a statement bag,” says Mightychic's Debra Kent of Hermès's widely beloved accessories. “When you carry an iconic Hermès bag — Birkin, Kelly, Constance — no one knows how long you have been into this culture or if you are a newbie. Your status is validated immediately.”

First released in 1997, Fendi's Baguette rose to fame along with Carrie Bradshaw, the Sex and the City character portrayed by Sarah Jessica Parker. Recently, the design has seen such a resurgence in popularity that Fendi has reissued it.

They are part of design history, so owning a handbag has meaning. As New York–based fashion historian Sarah C. Byrd says, “You have made the choice to invest in this piece because you understand the value of it in the past and in the future to come.”

From a 1980s Chanel black leather quilted mini buckle bag to the rare Hermès Birkin 30cm Himalayan with diamond hardware to a range of 19th century bags, find a rich variety of vintage and designer handbags and purses spanning numerous brands on 1stDibs — seasonal “It” designation no longer needed.