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Stackable travel trunks were the first products crafted by the renowned French luxury brand Louis Vuitton. Today, vintage Louis Vuitton trunks, which became available as railway travel was gaining popularity in the 1850s, are typically used as practical pieces of furniture or welcoming decor in modern homes.

The young Louis Vuitton (1821–92), who was born in Anchay, France, and founded his packing company in Paris in 1854 after apprenticing as a packer and box maker, began to make travel trunks as train travel expanded during the 19th century. Offering these new goods in his retail space on rue Neuve des Capucines would meet the demands of the clients who were shuffling on and off railcars in the country’s bustling capital. Trains as well as steamships were carrying travelers near and far, and Vuitton’s handcrafted rectangular trunks — an improvement on the standard round trunks, which didn’t store well — were soon coveted by the modern nomad. Initially, the wood trunks featured gray trianon canvas and, then, striped canvas of varying colors before they would proudly wear the famous Louis Vuitton monogram (integral to determining the authenticity of the brand’s revered handbags).

Louis Vuitton’s upright trunks — a variation on the brand’s first trunks that were introduced in 1858 — made for proper transportation of garments and doubled as actual wardrobes, ensuring that the finery of the day traveled wrinkle-free. Regardless of the orientation, the popular steamer trunks were equipped with bands to secure travel documents as well as convenient shelves and compartments of varying sizes for every possible traveling necessity, including barware.

In 1929, orchestra conductor Leopold Stokowski commissioned Georges Vuitton to design a special trunk. Georges was the only son of Louis Vuitton and had taken over the company’s operations when his father died in 1892. This special commission would yield no ordinary piece of luggage: Stokowski was music director of the Philadelphia orchestra, conducted the classical works for Walt Disney’s Fantasia and would help form the New York City Symphony.

He traveled the world with frequency and basically needed a portable office. Thus, the Secretaire Stokowski was covered in rugged canvas that was branded with the famous Louis Vuitton insignia, featured hardware in solid brass and stood over two feet tall. It was fitted with a foldout desk (subsequent models offered a desk finished in solid beech), drawers for sheet music and a box crafted specifically to hold Stokowski’s typewriter and more.

Today, Louis Vuitton’s furniture lines include sofas and edgy lounge chairs by the likes of designers such as Marcel Wanders and stools by Tokujin Yoshioka, but for vintage collectors and interior designers creating stylish living rooms, it’s usually all about the trunks.

Featuring exterior fabrics such as the brand’s signature Damier (French for checkerboard), heritage Louis Vuitton trunks nowadays add a rich air of nostalgia to contemporary homes more often than they do in private railcars. Whether they’re used as durable coffee tables, nightstands or case pieces, these time-tested steamer trunks are versatile. The right vintage Louis Vuitton trunk can prove a dynamic home accent for modern interiors or, nestled alongside distressed exposed brick walls, a sophisticated furnishing for rustic loft spaces. Find yours on 1stDibs today.

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Orange Louis Vuitton Steamer Trunk, Orange Vuitton Trunk, Vuitton Trunk
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
This very nice orange canvas Louis Vuitton steamer trunk, features Louis Vuitton stamped solid brass lock, clasps as well as all its studs. Beautiful and rich chocolate color all lea...
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Early 1900s French Antique Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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20th Century Louis Vuitton Suitcase In Monogram Canvas, France
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
A highly unusual and exceptionally rare Louis Vuitton suitcase, originating from the early years of the 20th century, distinguishes itself not with the globally renowned monogram canvas but with a distinctive covering crafted from a singular piece of cowhide. This unique piece represents a special order from Louis Vuitton, showcasing the brand's historical commitment to utilizing only the finest hides available. Unlike many of its counterparts, leather trunks and cases of this era often struggle to withstand the test of time, requiring regular treatments to prevent drying and disintegration. Remarkably, this particular example defies the odds, retaining the same supple quality it possessed on the day it first graced the shop floor. This suitcase belongs to Louis Vuitton's collection of "speciality materials," which encompasses a diverse range, including, but not limited to, zinc, copper, crocodile leather, and cow leather. A brief history about Louis Vuitton trunks: Louis Vuitton was born in 1821 to a farmer and milliner and came from a long-established working-class family in eastern France. Vuitton grew up understanding the effects of perseverance and a strong work ethic from watching his family. At the age of 16, he made the decision to walk 292 miles from his hometown to Paris to try and make a new life for himself. When he arrived the city was in the midst of industrialization with current modes of transportation evolving quickly allowing for longer journeys. With this came the need for sturdy travel pieces. Vuitton was taken as an apprentice for a successful box maker and packer named Monsieur Marechal. He learned to craft durable containers and how to pack them properly – a well-respected profession at the time.In 1854, years after he had mastered his craft and became well respected for it, Vuitton ventured out on his own to open a shop on Rue Neuve des Capucines. It was here that he began to establish himself as a luggage maker. Then, in 1858, Vuitton designed the first Louis Vuitton steamer trunk. At the time trunks had rounded tops to allow for water to run off but this did not allow for convenient stowage. Vuitton introduced a flat, yet waterproof, trunk that was easily stackable. The first of his trunks were outfitted with a grey canvas referred to as Trianon – it wouldn’t be until several decades later that the signature monogram would be introduced. With a burgeoning business, Vuitton moved his family and workplace to Asniere, where he employed twenty workers to craft his trunks. By 1900 he would have 100 employees, and in 1914 the company would more than double in size. After years of success, Vuitton began to experiment with the design of his luggage by introducing a new striped canvas pattern (1876) and later the still well-known Damier print (1888). The hand-painted patterns were developed to prevent counterfeits. Even in the late 1800s, Louis Vuitton was enough of a status symbol to warrant counterfeiting. In 1886, his son George invented and patented an ingenious locking system that made it impossible to pick the lock of their trunks. This lock is still used today. 1892 would prove to be a time of mourning for the family as Louis Vuitton passed...
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20th Century French Other Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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20th Century Louis Vuitton Suitcase In Natural Cow Hide, France c.1910
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
A highly unusual and exceptionally rare Louis Vuitton suitcase, originating from the early years of the 20th century, distinguishes itself not with the globally renowned monogram canvas but with a distinctive covering crafted from a singular piece of cowhide. This unique piece represents a special order from Louis Vuitton, showcasing the brand's historical commitment to utilising only the finest hides available. Unlike many of its counterparts, leather trunks and cases of this era often struggle to withstand the test of time, requiring regular treatments to prevent drying and disintegration. Remarkably, this particular example defies the odds, retaining the same supple quality it possessed on the day it first graced the shop floor. This suitcase belongs to Louis Vuitton's collection of "speciality materials," which encompasses a diverse range, including, but not limited to, zinc, copper, crocodile leather, and cow leather. A brief history about Louis Vuitton trunks: Louis Vuitton was born in 1821 to a farmer and milliner and came from a long-established working-class family in eastern France. Vuitton grew up understanding the effects of perseverance and a strong work ethic from watching his family. At the age of 16, he made the decision to walk 292 miles from his hometown to Paris to try and make a new life for himself. When he arrived the city was in the midst of industrialization with current modes of transportation evolving quickly allowing for longer journeys. With this came the need for sturdy travel pieces. Vuitton was taken as an apprentice for a successful box maker and packer named Monsieur Marechal. He learned to craft durable containers and how to pack them properly – a well-respected profession at the time.In 1854, years after he had mastered his craft and became well respected for it, Vuitton ventured out on his own to open a shop on Rue Neuve des Capucines. It was here that he began to establish himself as a luggage maker. Then, in 1858, Vuitton designed the first Louis Vuitton steamer trunk. At the time trunks had rounded tops to allow for water to run off but this did not allow for convenient stowage. Vuitton introduced a flat, yet waterproof, trunk that was easily stackable. The first of his trunks were outfitted with a grey canvas referred to as Trianon – it wouldn’t be until several decades later that the signature monogram would be introduced. With a burgeoning business, Vuitton moved his family and workplace to Asniere, where he employed twenty workers to craft his trunks. By 1900 he would have 100 employees, and in 1914 the company would more than double in size. After years of success, Vuitton began to experiment with the design of his luggage by introducing a new striped canvas pattern (1876) and later the still well-known Damier print (1888). The hand-painted patterns were developed to prevent counterfeits. Even in the late 1800s, Louis Vuitton was enough of a status symbol to warrant counterfeiting. In 1886, his son George invented and patented an ingenious locking system that made it impossible to pick the lock of their trunks. This lock is still used today. 1892 would prove to be a time of mourning for the family as Louis Vuitton passed...
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20th Century French Other Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Louis Vuitton Wardrobe Trunk , Louis Vuitton Trunk, Vuitton Steamer Trunk
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
This impressive Louis Vuitton wardrobe features monogramm canvas, lozine trim, LV stamped solid brass locks and studs as well as solid brass corners. It has got a lift top that close...
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21st Century and Contemporary French Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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1920's-1930's Louis Vuitton Trunk in Monogram, 80 cm Louis Vuitton Steamer Trunk
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
This superb Louis Vuitton steamer trunk features hand painted stenciled monogram canvas, deep chocolate color leather trim, Louis Vuitton stamped solid brass locks, clasps and studs ...
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1920s French Vintage Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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20th Century Louis Vuitton Steamer Bag In Epi Leather Canvas, Made In France
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
A large Louis Vuitton steamer travel bag in black Epi leather, made in France in the latter quarter of the 20th century. Steamer bags have been produced by Louis Vuitton for over 120...
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20th Century French Other Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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20th Century Louis Vuitton Cow Hide Suitcase, France c.1920
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
A highly unusual and exceptionally rare Louis Vuitton suitcase, originating from the early years of the 20th century, distinguishes itself not with the globally renowned monogram canvas but with a distinctive covering crafted from a singular piece of cowhide. This unique piece represents a special order from Louis Vuitton, showcasing the brand's historical commitment to utilizing only the finest hides available. Unlike many of its counterparts, leather trunks and cases of this era often struggle to withstand the test of time, requiring regular treatments to prevent drying and disintegration. Remarkably, this particular example defies the odds, retaining the same supple quality it possessed on the day it first graced the shop floor. This suitcase belongs to Louis Vuitton's collection of "speciality materials," which encompasses a diverse range, including, but not limited to, zinc, copper, crocodile leather, and cow leather. A brief history about Louis Vuitton trunks: Louis Vuitton was born in 1821 to a farmer and milliner and came from a long-established working-class family in eastern France. Vuitton grew up understanding the effects of perseverance and a strong work ethic from watching his family. At the age of 16, he made the decision to walk 292 miles from his hometown to Paris to try and make a new life for himself. When he arrived the city was in the midst of industrialization with current modes of transportation evolving quickly allowing for longer journeys. With this came the need for sturdy travel pieces. Vuitton was taken as an apprentice for a successful box maker and packer named Monsieur Marechal. He learned to craft durable containers and how to pack them properly – a well-respected profession at the time.In 1854, years after he had mastered his craft and became well respected for it, Vuitton ventured out on his own to open a shop on Rue Neuve des Capucines. It was here that he began to establish himself as a luggage maker. Then, in 1858, Vuitton designed the first Louis Vuitton steamer trunk. At the time trunks had rounded tops to allow for water to run off but this did not allow for convenient stowage. Vuitton introduced a flat, yet waterproof, trunk that was easily stackable. The first of his trunks were outfitted with a grey canvas referred to as Trianon – it wouldn’t be until several decades later that the signature monogram would be introduced. With a burgeoning business, Vuitton moved his family and workplace to Asniere, where he employed twenty workers to craft his trunks. By 1900 he would have 100 employees, and in 1914 the company would more than double in size. After years of success, Vuitton began to experiment with the design of his luggage by introducing a new striped canvas pattern (1876) and later the still well-known Damier print (1888). The hand-painted patterns were developed to prevent counterfeits. Even in the late 1800s, Louis Vuitton was enough of a status symbol to warrant counterfeiting. In 1886, his son George invented and patented an ingenious locking system that made it impossible to pick the lock of their trunks. This lock is still used today. 1892 would prove to be a time of mourning for the family as Louis Vuitton passed...
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20th Century French Other Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

20th Century Louis Vuitton Cow Hide Suitcase, France c.1920
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
A highly unusual and exceptionally rare Louis Vuitton suitcase, originating from the early years of the 20th century, distinguishes itself not with the globally renowned monogram canvas but with a distinctive covering crafted from a singular piece of cowhide. This unique piece represents a special order from Louis Vuitton, showcasing the brand's historical commitment to utilizing only the finest hides available. Unlike many of its counterparts, leather trunks and cases of this era often struggle to withstand the test of time, requiring regular treatments to prevent drying and disintegration. Remarkably, this particular example defies the odds, retaining the same supple quality it possessed on the day it first graced the shop floor. This suitcase belongs to Louis Vuitton's collection of "speciality materials," which encompasses a diverse range, including, but not limited to, zinc, copper, crocodile leather, and cow leather. A brief history about Louis Vuitton trunks: Louis Vuitton was born in 1821 to a farmer and milliner and came from a long-established working-class family in eastern France. Vuitton grew up understanding the effects of perseverance and a strong work ethic from watching his family. At the age of 16, he made the decision to walk 292 miles from his hometown to Paris to try and make a new life for himself. When he arrived the city was in the midst of industrialization with current modes of transportation evolving quickly allowing for longer journeys. With this came the need for sturdy travel pieces. Vuitton was taken as an apprentice for a successful box maker and packer named Monsieur Marechal. He learned to craft durable containers and how to pack them properly – a well-respected profession at the time.In 1854, years after he had mastered his craft and became well respected for it, Vuitton ventured out on his own to open a shop on Rue Neuve des Capucines. It was here that he began to establish himself as a luggage maker. Then, in 1858, Vuitton designed the first Louis Vuitton steamer trunk. At the time trunks had rounded tops to allow for water to run off but this did not allow for convenient stowage. Vuitton introduced a flat, yet waterproof, trunk that was easily stackable. The first of his trunks were outfitted with a grey canvas referred to as Trianon – it wouldn’t be until several decades later that the signature monogram would be introduced. With a burgeoning business, Vuitton moved his family and workplace to Asniere, where he employed twenty workers to craft his trunks. By 1900 he would have 100 employees, and in 1914 the company would more than double in size. After years of success, Vuitton began to experiment with the design of his luggage by introducing a new striped canvas pattern (1876) and later the still well-known Damier print (1888). The hand-painted patterns were developed to prevent counterfeits. Even in the late 1800s, Louis Vuitton was enough of a status symbol to warrant counterfeiting. In 1886, his son George invented and patented an ingenious locking system that made it impossible to pick the lock of their trunks. This lock is still used today. 1892 would prove to be a time of mourning for the family as Louis Vuitton passed...
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20th Century French Other Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

20th Century Louis Vuitton Steamer Bag In Monogram Canvas, Made In France
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
A 20th Century Louis Vuitton steamer travel bag, crafted from monogram canvas and natural tan leather, serves as a quintessential representation of the brand's unwavering commitment to a design seamlessly harmonising style and utility. Inspired by the practical proportions of mailbags from the Americas, these bags effortlessly combine chic aesthetics with practical functionality—whether hung on a cabin door, displayed on a deck, or utilised for a spontaneous weekend getaway. The monogram canvas, adorned with iconic LV initials and floral motifs, stands out not only for its recognisability but also for its exceptional durability. Teamed with natural tan leather, this pairing gracefully matures, developing a lavish patina over time that enhances the bag's inherent character. The enduring design underscores Louis Vuitton's timeless allure, elevating these pieces to coveted collector's items that encapsulate the brand's storied history and commitment to impeccable craftsmanship. A brief history about Louis Vuitton trunks: Louis Vuitton was born in 1821 to a farmer and milliner and came from a long-established working-class family in eastern France. Vuitton grew up understanding the effects of perseverance and a strong work ethic from watching his family. At the age of 16, he made the decision to walk 292 miles from his hometown to Paris to try and make a new life for himself. When he arrived the city was in the midst of industrialisation with current modes of transportation evolving quickly allowing for longer journeys. With this came the need for sturdy travel pieces. Vuitton was taken as an apprentice for a successful box maker and packer named Monsieur Marechal. He learned to craft durable containers and how to pack them properly – a well-respected profession at the time.In 1854, years after he had mastered his craft and became well respected for it, Vuitton ventured out on his own to open a shop on Rue Neuve des Capucines. It was here that he began to establish himself as a luggage maker. Then, in 1858, Vuitton designed the first Louis Vuitton steamer trunk. At the time trunks had rounded tops to allow for water to run off but this did not allow for convenient stowage. Vuitton introduced a flat, yet waterproof, trunk that was easily stackable. The first of his trunks were outfitted with a grey canvas referred to as Trianon – it wouldn’t be until several decades later that the signature monogram would be introduced. With a burgeoning business, Vuitton moved his family and workplace to Asniere, where he employed twenty workers to craft his trunks. By 1900 he would have 100 employees, and in 1914 the company would more than double in size. After years of success, Vuitton began to experiment with the design of his luggage by introducing a new striped canvas pattern (1876) and later the still well-known Damier print (1888). The hand-painted patterns were developed to prevent counterfeits. Even in the late 1800s, Louis Vuitton was enough of a status symbol to warrant counterfeiting. In 1886, his son George invented and patented an ingenious locking system that made it impossible to pick the lock of their trunks. This lock is still used today. 1892 would prove to be a time of mourning for the family as Louis Vuitton passed...
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20th Century French Other Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

20th Century Louis Vuitton Trunk In Monogram Canvas, France c.1910
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
An exquisite and complete Louis Vuitton trunk from the early part of the 20th century. An absolutely essential item for elite travellers of its time the trunk is adorned in the iconi...
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20th Century French Other Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

20th Century Louis Vuitton Trunk In Monogram Canvas, France c.1930
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
An exquisite and complete Louis Vuitton trunk from the early part of the 20th century. An absolutely essential item for elite travellers of its time the trunk is adorned in the iconic LV monogrammed canvas, accented by lozine trim and brass fittings. This trunk stood as the epitome of luxury over 100 years ago, boasting an unparalleled level of sophistication and elegance, it remains a timeless masterpiece that transcends eras. The captivating allure of the Louis Vuitton trunk transforms it into more than a mere luggage accessory; it becomes a focal point for any room. With its impressive dimensions, it is perfectly suited as a striking coffee table, side table, or even as a standalone centrepiece, seamlessly integrating into any interior, whether modern or traditional. An extraordinary piece that not only pays homage to the past but also serves as a statement of unparalleled luxury in the present. A brief history about Louis Vuitton trunks: Louis Vuitton was born in 1821 to a farmer and milliner and came from a long-established working-class family in eastern France. Vuitton grew up understanding the effects of perseverance and a strong work ethic from watching his family. At the age of 16, he made the decision to walk 292 miles from his hometown to Paris to try and make a new life for himself. When he arrived the city was in the midst of industrialization with current modes of transportation evolving quickly allowing for longer journeys. With this came the need for sturdy travel pieces. Vuitton was taken as an apprentice for a successful box maker and packer named Monsieur Marechal. He learned to craft durable containers and how to pack them properly – a well-respected profession at the time.In 1854, years after he had mastered his craft and became well respected for it, Vuitton ventured out on his own to open a shop on Rue Neuve des Capucines. It was here that he began to establish himself as a luggage maker. Then, in 1858, Vuitton designed the first Louis Vuitton steamer trunk. At the time trunks had rounded tops to allow for water to run off but this did not allow for convenient stowage. Vuitton introduced a flat, yet waterproof, trunk that was easily stackable. The first of his trunks were outfitted with a grey canvas referred to as Trianon – it wouldn’t be until several decades later that the signature monogram would be introduced. With a burgeoning business, Vuitton moved his family and workplace to Asniere, where he employed twenty workers to craft his trunks. By 1900 he would have 100 employees, and in 1914 the company would more than double in size. After years of success, Vuitton began to experiment with the design of his luggage by introducing a new striped canvas pattern (1876) and later the still well-known Damier print (1888). The hand-painted patterns were developed to prevent counterfeits. Even in the late 1800s, Louis Vuitton was enough of a status symbol to warrant counterfeiting. In 1886, his son George invented and patented an ingenious locking system that made it impossible to pick the lock of their trunks. This lock is still used today. 1892 would prove to be a time of mourning for the family as Louis Vuitton passed...
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20th Century French Other Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Vintage LOUIS VUITTON MARMOTTE Sample Box
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Victoria, BC
Here is a wonderful Vintage LOUIS VUITTON MARMOTTE Sample Box. Made from composite material and reinforced with studded leather, this box was used to store samples in order to be abl...
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1930s French Vintage Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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20th Century Louis Vuitton Wardrobe Trunk In Orange "Vuittonite" Canvas c.1920
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
Step into the realm of vintage luxury with this exceptionally rare wardrobe trunk from Louis Vuitton, hailing from the early 20th century, around 1900-1910. Draped in the distinctive orange "Vuittonite" canvas, this vertical trunk opens to reveal spacious hanging compartments on both sides, providing a charming blend of functionality and elegance. The rarity of trunks adorned with this unique finish, known for its stain and water-resistant properties, sets it apart from its more common monogrammed counterparts. Once a staple canvas for Vuitton's trunks from the turn of the century to the 1920s, the orange Vuittonite canvas has become a sought-after treasure for collectors, making this wardrobe trunk a unique and appreciated addition to any discerning collection. An exquisite focal point for interior decor, it not only tells the story of Louis Vuitton's historic craftsmanship but also stands as a testament to the enduring allure of vintage luxury. A brief history about Louis Vuitton trunks: Louis Vuitton was born in 1821 to a farmer and milliner and came from a long-established working-class family in eastern France. Vuitton grew up understanding the effects of perseverance and a strong work ethic from watching his family. At the age of 16, he made the decision to walk 292 miles from his hometown to Paris to try and make a new life for himself. When he arrived the city was in the midst of industrialization with current modes of transportation evolving quickly allowing for longer journeys. With this came the need for sturdy travel pieces. Vuitton was taken as an apprentice for a successful box maker and packer named Monsieur Marechal. He learned to craft durable containers and how to pack them properly – a well-respected profession at the time.In 1854, years after he had mastered his craft and became well respected for it, Vuitton ventured out on his own to open a shop on Rue Neuve des Capucines. It was here that he began to establish himself as a luggage maker. Then, in 1858, Vuitton designed the first Louis Vuitton steamer trunk. At the time trunks had rounded tops to allow for water to run off but this did not allow for convenient stowage. Vuitton introduced a flat, yet waterproof, trunk that was easily stackable. The first of his trunks were outfitted with a grey canvas referred to as Trianon – it wouldn’t be until several decades later that the signature monogram would be introduced. With a burgeoning business, Vuitton moved his family and workplace to Asniere, where he employed twenty workers to craft his trunks. By 1900 he would have 100 employees, and in 1914 the company would more than double in size. After years of success, Vuitton began to experiment with the design of his luggage by introducing a new striped canvas pattern (1876) and later the still well-known Damier print (1888). The hand-painted patterns were developed to prevent counterfeits. Even in the late 1800s, Louis Vuitton was enough of a status symbol to warrant counterfeiting. In 1886, his son George invented and patented an ingenious locking system that made it impossible to pick the lock of their trunks. This lock is still used today. 1892 would prove to be a time of mourning for the family as Louis Vuitton passed...
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20th Century French Other Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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20th Century Louis Vuitton Trunk, France c.1930
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
An exquisite and complete Louis Vuitton trunk from the early part of the 20th century. An absolutely essential item for elite travellers of its time the trunk is adorned in the iconic LV monogrammed canvas, accented by lozine trim and brass fittings. This trunk stood as the epitome of luxury over 100 years ago, boasting an unparalleled level of sophistication and elegance, it remains a timeless masterpiece that transcends eras. The captivating allure of the Louis Vuitton trunk transforms it into more than a mere luggage accessory; it becomes a focal point for any room. With its impressive dimensions, it is perfectly suited as a striking coffee table, side table, or even as a standalone centrepiece, seamlessly integrating into any interior, whether modern or traditional. An extraordinary piece that not only pays homage to the past but also serves as a statement of unparalleled luxury in the present. A brief history about Louis Vuitton trunks: Louis Vuitton was born in 1821 to a farmer and milliner and came from a long-established working-class family in eastern France. Vuitton grew up understanding the effects of perseverance and a strong work ethic from watching his family. At the age of 16, he made the decision to walk 292 miles from his hometown to Paris to try and make a new life for himself. When he arrived the city was in the midst of industrialization with current modes of transportation evolving quickly allowing for longer journeys. With this came the need for sturdy travel pieces. Vuitton was taken as an apprentice for a successful box maker and packer named Monsieur Marechal. He learned to craft durable containers and how to pack them properly – a well-respected profession at the time.In 1854, years after he had mastered his craft and became well respected for it, Vuitton ventured out on his own to open a shop on Rue Neuve des Capucines. It was here that he began to establish himself as a luggage maker. Then, in 1858, Vuitton designed the first Louis Vuitton steamer trunk. At the time trunks had rounded tops to allow for water to run off but this did not allow for convenient stowage. Vuitton introduced a flat, yet waterproof, trunk that was easily stackable. The first of his trunks were outfitted with a grey canvas referred to as Trianon – it wouldn’t be until several decades later that the signature monogram would be introduced. With a burgeoning business, Vuitton moved his family and workplace to Asniere, where he employed twenty workers to craft his trunks. By 1900 he would have 100 employees, and in 1914 the company would more than double in size. After years of success, Vuitton began to experiment with the design of his luggage by introducing a new striped canvas pattern (1876) and later the still well-known Damier print (1888). The hand-painted patterns were developed to prevent counterfeits. Even in the late 1800s, Louis Vuitton was enough of a status symbol to warrant counterfeiting. In 1886, his son George invented and patented an ingenious locking system that made it impossible to pick the lock of their trunks. This lock is still used today. 1892 would prove to be a time of mourning for the family as Louis Vuitton passed...
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20th Century French Other Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

20th Century Louis Vuitton Trunk, France c.1930
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
An exquisite and complete Louis Vuitton trunk from the early part of the 20th century. An absolutely essential item for elite travellers of its time the trunk is adorned in the iconi...
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20th Century French Other Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

20th Century Louis Vuitton Trunk, France c.1910
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
An exquisite and complete Louis Vuitton trunk from the early part of the 20th century. An absolutely essential item for elite travellers of its time the trunk is adorned in the iconic LV monogrammed canvas, accented by lozine trim and brass fittings. This trunk stood as the epitome of luxury over 100 years ago, boasting an unparalleled level of sophistication and elegance, it remains a timeless masterpiece that transcends eras. The captivating allure of the Louis Vuitton trunk transforms it into more than a mere luggage accessory; it becomes a focal point for any room. With its impressive dimensions, it is perfectly suited as a striking coffee table, side table, or even as a standalone centrepiece, seamlessly integrating into any interior, whether modern or traditional. An extraordinary piece that not only pays homage to the past but also serves as a statement of unparalleled luxury in the present. A brief history about Louis Vuitton trunks: Louis Vuitton was born in 1821 to a farmer and milliner and came from a long-established working-class family in eastern France. Vuitton grew up understanding the effects of perseverance and a strong work ethic from watching his family. At the age of 16, he made the decision to walk 292 miles from his hometown to Paris to try and make a new life for himself. When he arrived the city was in the midst of industrialization with current modes of transportation evolving quickly allowing for longer journeys. With this came the need for sturdy travel pieces. Vuitton was taken as an apprentice for a successful box maker and packer named Monsieur Marechal. He learned to craft durable containers and how to pack them properly – a well-respected profession at the time.In 1854, years after he had mastered his craft and became well respected for it, Vuitton ventured out on his own to open a shop on Rue Neuve des Capucines. It was here that he began to establish himself as a luggage maker. Then, in 1858, Vuitton designed the first Louis Vuitton steamer trunk. At the time trunks had rounded tops to allow for water to run off but this did not allow for convenient stowage. Vuitton introduced a flat, yet waterproof, trunk that was easily stackable. The first of his trunks were outfitted with a grey canvas referred to as Trianon – it wouldn’t be until several decades later that the signature monogram would be introduced. With a burgeoning business, Vuitton moved his family and workplace to Asniere, where he employed twenty workers to craft his trunks. By 1900 he would have 100 employees, and in 1914 the company would more than double in size. After years of success, Vuitton began to experiment with the design of his luggage by introducing a new striped canvas pattern (1876) and later the still well-known Damier print (1888). The hand-painted patterns were developed to prevent counterfeits. Even in the late 1800s, Louis Vuitton was enough of a status symbol to warrant counterfeiting. In 1886, his son George invented and patented an ingenious locking system that made it impossible to pick the lock of their trunks. This lock is still used today. 1892 would prove to be a time of mourning for the family as Louis Vuitton passed...
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20th Century French Other Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

Louis Vuitton Trunk, Louis Vuitton Suitcase, Vuitton Steamer Trunk, Alzer 80
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
This piece of luggage is a magnificent Louis Vuitton Alzer monogramm suitcase. This 80 cm suitcase is the largest and the most luxury one made by Louis Vuitton. It features all Louis...
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21st Century and Contemporary French Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

Vintage Louis Vuitton monogram Stratos suitcase
By Louis Vuitton
Located in London, London
This Louis Vuitton vintage suitcase is a must-have for any collector or fashion lover. It is part of the 1985 LV Stratos collection, exp...
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Late 20th Century French Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Leather

Louis Vuitton Leather Cabin Trunk, circa 1930
By Louis Vuitton
Located in London, GB
A well proportioned natural leather covered Louis Vuitton cabin trunk that has built up an attractive patina with age. Has original leather handles & brass fittings and has its original interior in-tact (including the original tray); Circa 1930. One of the original handle supports is a newly made replacement of the original, that was beyond repair. Provenance: From the collection of Anouska Hempel, noted interior designer, hotelier and taste maker. Dimensions: 91 cm/35⅞ inches (length) x 52 cm/20½ inches (depth) x 34.5 cm/13⅝ inches (height). About Louis Vuitton From humble beginnings, Louis Vuitton laid the foundations for a luggage enterprise serving the upper echelons of 19th-century society. His son, Georges, expanded on his father’s work throughout the 20th century. Louis Vuitton was born on 4 August 1821 in Anchay, a rural village in Eastern France. His father, Xavier Vuitton, was a farmer, his mother, Coronne Gaillard, a milliner. In 1835, aged 13, Vuitton left Anchay on foot for his two-year journey to Paris. He found work as a layetier – a maker of wooden boxes and cases for transporting travelers’ possessions – and was selected as the personal layetier to Empress Eugénie de Montijo, a Spanish Countess and wife of Napoleon III. In 1854, at 4 Rue Neuve de Capucines, Paris, Vuitton launched his enterprise, gaining recognition among Parisian nobility. A second Parisian store opened at 1, Rue Scribe, after the 1871 Siege of Paris. Striped “Rayée” canvas and the first Vuitton Wardrobe Trunk arrived in the 1870s, expanding abroad to 289 Oxford Street, London, and introducing the Damier canvas in the 1880s. Louis Vuitton passed...
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1930s French Vintage Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

20th Century Louis Vuitton Shoe Trunk, France c.1930
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
A magnificent and exceptionally rare Louis Vuitton shoe trunk, adorned with stencilled monogram canvas, lozine trim and brass fittings. Elevating its uniqueness is the remarkably uncommon size that distinguishes it from standard models. This extraordinary piece measures an impressive 90cm in length, an astounding 50% wider than the already scarce shoe trunks typically encountered. Dating back to the first half of the 20th century, this trunk was an indispensable possession for discerning elite travellers, evoking the grandeur of passenger ships and the first-class luxury of bygone eras. Designed with the utmost attention to detail, this rare find is equipped with its original lift-out trays, showcasing the timeless craftsmanship that has come to define Louis Vuitton...
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20th Century French Other Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

Louis Vuitton Valigia Alzer 80 Francia Anni '90
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Milano, IT
Louis Vuitton Valigia Alzer 80 databile agli anni '90. La valigia rigida Alzer è uno dei modelli più iconici di Louis Vuitton; continua ad affascinare perché è spaziosa e resistente...
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1990s French Mid-Century Modern Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Canvas

1920's Louis Vuitton Steamer Trunk in Stenciled Monogram, 90 cm Vuitton Trunk
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
This very nice Louis Vuitton trunk features hand stenciled monogram canvas , chocolate brown color lozine trim and Louis Vuitton stamped solid brass locks and brass and steel clasps,...
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1920s French Vintage Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

Vintage Louis Vuitton Suitcase, Monogrammed Coated Canvas, Small-Sized
By Louis Vuitton
Located in San Francisco, CA
Vintage classic Louis Vuitton soft side suitcase with leather trims, zipper closure and wheels for easy transport. Open interior for you to pack as you like. Small-sized.
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Late 20th Century French Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

Vintage Louis Vuitton Suitcase, Monogrammed Coated Canvas, Large-Sized
By Louis Vuitton
Located in San Francisco, CA
Vintage classic Louis Vuitton soft side suitcase with leather trims, zipper closure and wheels for easy transport. Open interior for you to pack as you like. Large-sized.
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Late 20th Century French Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

Small 1920s Louis Vuitton Monogram Steamer Trunk , 60 cm Vuitton Trunk
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
This lovely little Louis Vuitton steamer trunk features stenciled monogram, all chocolate color leather trim, solid brass corners, locks, and side handles. Its brass locks, studs and...
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1920s French Vintage Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

Louis Vuitton Wardrobe Trunk, Vuitton Trunk, Louis Vuitton Steamer Trunk
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
This superb Louis Vuitton wardrobe features stenciled monogram canvas, lozine trims and solid brass lock, clasps and studs. Lock, clasps and studs are all marked Louis Vuitton. Customised hand painted French flag on its top and on its bottom adds some personality and elegance.It also features a couple of travel labels. Its interior is complete with its original hangers, a folding hanging section, and a series of drawers with leather pulling handles. Its drawer's inside are very clean too and all original.Its last compartment was used to store 2 pais of...
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Early 20th Century French Art Deco Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

FULLY RESTORED ANTiQUE LOUIS VUITTON STAMPED MONOGRAM WARDROBE TRUNK
By Louis Vuitton
Located in GB
Royal House Antiques Royal House Antiques is delighted to offer for sale this absolutely stunning fully restored original Louis Vuitton steamer small wardrobe Monogram Trunk RRP £55...
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1910s French Edwardian Vintage Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass, Copper

FULLY RESTORED ANTiQUE 1910 LOUIS VUITTON STAMPED & SIGNED MALLE PENDERIE TRUNK
By Louis Vuitton
Located in GB
Royal House Antiques Royal House Antiques is delighted to offer for sale this absolutely stunning fully restored original Louis Vuitton 1910 steamer wardrobe, Malle Penderie trunk i...
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1910s French Edwardian Vintage Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass, Copper

DECORATIVE PAIR OF RESTORED ANTiQUE LOUIS VUITTON MONOGRAM SUITCASE TRUNKS
By Louis Vuitton
Located in GB
Royal House Antiques Royal House Antiques is delighted to offer for sale this absolutely stunning pair of fully restored original Louis Vuitton Monogram Suitcase...
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1910s French Edwardian Vintage Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

Vintage Louis Vuitton Suitcase, Monogrammed Coated Canvas, Medium-Sized
By Louis Vuitton
Located in San Francisco, CA
Vintage classic Louis Vuitton soft side suitcase with leather trims, zipper closure and wheels for easy transport. Open interior for you to pack as you like. Medium sized.
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Late 20th Century French Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

Louis Vuitton Shoe Trunk, Vuitton Trunk, 90 cm Louis Vuitton Steamer Trunk
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
This magnificent Louis Vuitton shoe trunk features stenciled canvas monogram, Louis Vuitton stamped solid brass locks, brass studs and leather side handles. This Vuitton trunk also h...
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Early 20th Century French Art Deco Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

Louis Vuitton Trunk, Louis Vuitton Suitcase, Vuitton Steamer Trunk, Alzer 80
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
This piece of luggage is a magnificent Louis Vuitton Alzer monogramm suitcase. This 80 cm suitcase is the largest and the most luxury one made by Louis Vuitton. It features all Louis...
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21st Century and Contemporary French Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

Louis Vuitton Shoe Trunk, 90 cm Louis Vuitton Trunk, Louis Vuitton Steamer Trunk
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
This magnificent Louis Vuitton shoe trunk features stenciled canvas monogram, Louis Vuitton stamped solid brass locks, studs and large leather side handles. It also has got honey col...
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1920s French Art Deco Vintage Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

Le catalogue - Louis Vuitton w/ Price List & Taiga Pamphlet - 1993 Number 1
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Rochester, NY
Le catalogue - Louis Vuitton - 1993 number 1 - printed in France. Black white and color illustrations. Text in French and English. Product Index and comprehensive list of stores worl...
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1990s French Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Paper

Vintage Louis Vuitton Monogram Canvas & Leather Golf Bag Caddy 1970s
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Troy, MI
A vintage Louis Vuitton golf bag circa 1960s - 1970s Beautiful example with nice patina in monogrammed canvas with natural leather trim and shoulder stra...
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1970s French Vintage Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

Louis Vuitton Monogram Suitcase / Luggage or Trunk, Alzer 80, Mid 20th Century
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Stamford, CT
Louis Vuitton Monogram Suitcase / Trunk, Alzer 80, Mid 20th Century A Louis Vuitton Monogramed Hard Suitcase. In good to fair conditio...
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Mid-20th Century French Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Canvas

1920's Louis Vuitton Steamer Trunk in Stenciled Monogram, 90 cm Vuitton Trunk
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
This very nice Louis Vuitton trunk features hand stenciled monogram canvas , light honey color lozine trim and Louis Vuitton stamped solid brass locks and clasps, Louis Vuitton stamp...
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1920s French Vintage Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

Louis Vuitton Trunk in Woven Canvas, Louis Vuitton 100 cm Steamer Trunk
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
Antique end of the 19th century genuine and superb Louis Vuitton "Malle Courrier" or steamer trunk, medium size, rare and sought after Tisse' monogram canvas, silver color metal bound with brass studs, reinforced with wooden laths, with wheels to the base and large leather handles to either end.Its handles are embossed Louis Vuitton on its flanges. It has got a very warm and lively look thanks to its patinated by time woven canvas. Its main lock, made of solid brass is stamped Louis Vuitton, as well as all its brass studs .Its lock number is stamped. Its interior is all original too, lined with a beige fabric but its quilting under its lid has been redone a while ago..It also has its 2 original removable trays Brand tag on the internal side of the cover reading "Louis Vuitton I. Rue scribe...
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1890s French Antique Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass, Steel

Original Louis Vuitton Monogrammed Steamer Trunk, Fully Complete with All Pieces
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Shrewsbury, GB
A truly luxurious and a fantastic example of a wardrobe trunk in amazing condition; covered in Louis Vuitton from the first quarter of the 20th century, originally designed for inter...
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Early 20th Century French Mid-Century Modern Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Stainless Steel

20th Century Louis Vuitton "Malle Haute" In Monogram Canvas, France, c.1910
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
An exquisite “malle haute“ (tall trunk) by Louis Vuitton, early 20th century. The malle haute is the largest of the standard sizes, any trunk larger than this one would have been cus...
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20th Century French Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

20th Century Louis Vuitton Trunk In Monogram Canvas, France, c.1900
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
Gorgeous and most importantly complete, this early 20th century Louis Vuitton trunk was the must have item of any elite traveller. Covered in the world famous LV monogrammed canvas, ...
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20th Century French Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

Louie Vuitton Monogram Keepall Travel Bag
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Bradenton, FL
Timeless early 20th century Louis Vuitton Keepall travel Bag in classic monogrammed leather. Gold brass hardware, padlock and leather trim/tag all have the unique Louis Vuitton monog...
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Early 20th Century French Mid-Century Modern Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Leather

19th Century Louis Vuitton Trunk In Woven Canvas, France
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
This example dates to around 1900 and is a perfect example of such trunks. With its steel trim, brass studs and locks it still shows the same elegance as it did well over 100 years a...
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19th Century French Antique Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

Antique Louis Vuitton Monogram Cube Trunk
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Bradenton, FL
Rare antique French early 20th century Louis Vuitton monogrammed luggage cube trunk. Features previous owners initials along with blue and whi...
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Early 20th Century French Belle Époque Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Leather

Louis Vuitton Trunk, Louis Vuitton Suitcase, Vuitton Steamer Trunk, Alzer 70
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
This piece of luggage is a magnificent Louis Vuitton Alzer monogramm suitcase. This 70 cm suitcase is almost the largest and surely the most luxury one made by Louis Vuitton. It feat...
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21st Century and Contemporary French Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

20th Century Louis Vuitton Suitcase Classic Monogram Canvas 60s
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Turin, Turin
Timeless suitcase by Louis Vuitton from the 60s with rounded edges and a double zipper. It is easy to carry with its comfortable rounded handles and bears a removable ID holder. It i...
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1960s French Modern Vintage Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Leather

Louis Vuitton Trunk in Monogram, Louis Vuitton Steamer Trunk, Vuitton Courrier
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
This spectacular Louis Vuitton steamer trunk features stenciled monogram canvas, deep black color lozine trim, LV stamped solid brass locks and studs as well as leather side handles ...
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Early 20th Century French Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

Louis Vuitton Checkers Shoe Trunk, Louis Vuitton Shoe Case, Louis Vuitton Trunk
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
This trunk was a special order made in 2000's. It features checkers canvas, stamped LV solid brass locks, corners and studs. On the top is the leather handle, Louis Vuitton embossed....
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21st Century and Contemporary French Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

20th Century Louis Vuitton Garment Bag Classic Monogram Canvas 80s
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Turin, Turin
The Garment Cover by Louis Vuitton from the 80s is fashioned from Monogram canvas with a well-designed construction to insure a comfortable carry, even wit...
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1980s French Modern Vintage Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Leather

Louis Vuitton Monogram Travel Garment Bag
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Los Angeles, CA
A wonderful Louis Vuitton Garment Bag - holds several shirts and suits with a convenient handle for carrying after folded. The bag also has a hook for hanging over any door for easy...
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20th Century French Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

20th Century Louis Vuitton Keepall Bag Classic Monogram Canvas '80s
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Turin, Turin
An icon since 1930, the Keepall represents the spirit of the modern traveler. Lightweight, soft, and always ready for an impromptu departure, the bag lives up to its name. Timeless K...
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1980s French Modern Vintage Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Leather

Pair Vintage 1920's, 30's Louis Vuitton Alzer 80 and 70 monogram luggage
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Buffalo, NY
Pair Vintage 1920's, 30's Louis Vuitton Alzer 80 and 70 monogram luggage .Original hardware/detailing with leather handles. Personalized hand pa...
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1930s French Art Deco Vintage Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

Large Vintage Louis Vuitton Double Strap Leather Suitcase
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Bradenton, FL
Large Vintage Louis Vuitton leather suitcase. This beautiful piece of luggage features a round top handle and buckle fastenings. Cream colored inside fabric is in good condition and ...
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20th Century French Modern Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Leather

Rare Vintage Louis Vuitton Garment Bag, c. 1990's
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Vintage Louis Vuitton monogram garment bag represents the epitome of luxury travel and refined style. The exterior of the bag is adorned with the renowned LV monogram pattern and vac...
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1990s French Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Leather, Upholstery

Rare Vintage Louis Vuitton Garment Bag, c. 1980's
By Louis Vuitton
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Vintage Louis Vuitton monogram garment bag represents the epitome of luxury travel and refined style. The exterior of the bag is adorned with the renowned LV monogram and vachetta le...
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1980s French Vintage Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Leather, Textile

Louis Vuitton Suitcase Trunk with Key
By Louis Vuitton
Located in North Bergen, NJ
French, 20th century. A Louis Vuitton suitcase with a monogram canvas exterior, leather and brass-bound (all rivets and hardware are marked), opens to fitted interior with removable ...
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Early 20th Century Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

Louis Vuitton LV Monogram 'Bisten' Suitcase, circa 1990
By Louis Vuitton
Located in London, GB
Louis Vuitton large ‘Bisten’ suitcase in LV monogram pattern coated canvas with edges trimmed in lozine and polished brass fittings. Securing the lid of the case is a central sprung...
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1990s French Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

Louis Vuitton LV Monogram 'Fly-el' Suitcase, circa 1985
By Louis Vuitton
Located in London, GB
Louis Vuitton large ‘Fly-el’ suitcase in LV monogram pattern coated canvas with edges trimmed in lozine, a layered leather flat handle and unpolished brass fittings. Securing the li...
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1980s French Vintage Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

Louis Vuitton more furniture and collectibles for sale on 1stDibs.

Louis Vuitton more furniture and collectibles are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of animal skin and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Louis Vuitton more furniture and collectibles, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original more furniture and collectibles by Louis Vuitton were created in the modern style in europe during the 20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider more furniture and collectibles by Jacques Adnet, Hermès, and Goyard. Prices for Louis Vuitton more furniture and collectibles can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $195 and can go as high as $73,000, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $11,500.
Questions About Louis Vuitton More Furniture and Collectibles
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration pieces can be purchased directly through both brand sites as well as through multiple retailers. For physical store locations, consult either brands’ websites. Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration pieces are available for purchase through multiple platforms, including 1stDibs. It’s important to purchase from a vetted seller or vendor to ensure authenticity. Browse vetted retailers through 1stDibs’ style guide.
  • 1stDibs ExpertJanuary 4, 2022
    To clean any water marks or dirt stains from the Vachetta leather on your Louis Vuitton bag, use baby wipes that are free from oil, alcohol and fragrance. Gently rub the leather in circular motions, giving extra attention to the stained spots but making sure to treat all of the leather to avoid an uneven finish. Allow the bag to dry naturally before wearing it.
    1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    To clean Louis Vuitton Vachetta leather, follow the care instructions provided by the brand. Each bag has unique care requirements listed on a care card included in the original packaging. Basic care instructions also appear on tags sewn onto or inside of Louis Vuitton accessories and bags. On 1stDibs, shop a collection of Louis Vuitton Vachetta leather goods.
    1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    If needed, clean Vachetta leather with a slightly damp cloth or baby wipes. One of the characteristics of Vachetta is the development of a patina, or natural darkening, over time. Avoid cleaning this leather with any chemical-based product as Vachetta is very delicate. Shop a collection of authentic Louis Vuitton Vachetta leather pieces on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Depending on the style of the Louis Vuitton handbag or clutch, you can attach a new strap. For styles with buckles, either a short wristlet loop or longer, adjustable crossbody strap can be attached for a versatile look. On 1stDibs, find a large collection of Louis Vuitton clutches.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    You can authenticate a Louis Vuitton shawl by finding the label that is printed on both sides, which is affixed using seams with the shawl’s primary color. The hem will be hand-rolled and ‘Louis Vuitton’ will also be written in capital letters somewhere on the item. Find a collection of expertly vetted Louis Vuitton designs on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    To authenticate a Louis Vuitton wallet made between 1982 and March 2021, look for the date code, usually stamped directly onto the wallet above a seam. The first two characters of the code refer to the manufacturing location and are either two letters or a letter and a number. Next, you should find four numbers. The first and third tell you the month of the manufacturing date, while the second and fourth numbers indicate the manufacturing numerical date. For example, March 20 would appear as "0230." Newer wallets have microchips for authenticating. A customer service representative at a Louis Vuitton retail store can scan the microchip for you to determine authenticity. Discover a large collection of authentic Louis Vuitton wallets on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    To help your Louis Vuitton achieve an even patina, it is important to minimize its contact with oils and other compounds. Storing your Louis Vuitton in its dust bag and using a wax-free leather conditioner will help the patina to even out. You’ll find a variety of Louis Vuitton handbags on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Louis Vuitton is renowned for its luxury products, from bags and shoes to scarves and fashion. The brand is famous for durability, exceptionally high-quality materials and its unmistakable logo and patterns. Find a wide range of expertly authenticated Louis Vuitton pieces on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    No, not every Louis Vuitton item has a date code. Vintage styles crafted prior to 1982 will not contain a date code and styles crafted after March 2021 include RFLD chips instead. You’ll find a wide range of authentic Louis Vuitton vintage and modern pieces on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    No, Louis Vuitton does not have a Black Friday sale. The high-fashion brand notoriously never marks down its prices and discounted items run the risk of being counterfeit. Find a collection of expertly vetted Louis Vuitton designs from some of the world’s top reputable boutiques on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Louis Vuitton does use one piece of leather for a variety of different handbag designs. The material wraps from front to back, with no seam on the bottom, leaving the iconic LV symbol upside-down on the backside. Find a collection of expertly vetted Louis Vuitton handbags from some of the world’s top reputable boutiques on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Yes, Louis Vuitton makes a range of ready-to-wear womens wear and menswear as well as accessories, such as handbags and shoes. You’ll find a range of both women’s and men’s Louis Vuitton clothing and accessories on 1stDibs from some of the world’s top sellers.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    No, Louis Vuitton shoes are not known for a red sole on their footwear. Christian Louboutin’s are known for a signature red sole throughout their collection. On 1stDibs, find a large collection of both Louis Vuitton and Christian Louboutin shoes.
  • 1stDibs ExpertJanuary 4, 2022
    No, Louis Vuitton products are never marked down — and unless they are secondhand, any discounted Louis Vuitton items are likely to be counterfeit. To ensure you purchase authentic, high quality Louis Vuitton products, look for a reputable seller. Shop authentic Louis Vuitton handbags and purses, clothing and accessories from top sellers around the world on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    After purchase, Louis Vuitton offers its ‘Mon Monogram’ service on specific styles of handbags. However, if your Louis Vuitton bag is pre-owned, the only personalized service the high-fashion retailer offers is hot stamping. Shop a collection of authentic Louis Vuitton purses from some of the world’s top boutiques on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Yes, you can insure a Louis Vuitton handbag as well as other luxury items. While Louis Vuitton doesn’t offer a manufacturer’s warranty, most homeowners insurance plans have personal property protection that can be extended to include your handbags. Inquire with your insurance provider for details. Shop a variety of authorized authentic Louis Vuitton bags on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    No, Louis Vuitton bags do not have serial numbers. Instead, the bags feature date code stamps. In most bags, the stamps are on leather tabs attached to the lining or the seam of the pocket. Bags made after 2021 have microchips instead of date codes. Shop a wide range of Louis Vuitton bags on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    Yes, most Louis Vuitton bags come with a lock and key. However, some limited-edition items may not include this iconic accessory. Typically, the padlocks feature a logo stamp on one side. On the other side of the lock is the brand name spelled out below a registered trademark symbol and above the words "made in France." Browse a large selection of Louis Vuitton bags on 1stDibs.
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    Sadly, no, Louis Vuitton bags never go on sale. There is also no outlet store associated with the brand. You may choose to shop at a consignment store to search for discounted items — however, they do not go through the same vetting process to ensure authenticity. Shop a collection of authentic Louis Vuitton purses from some of the world’s top boutiques on 1stDibs.
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    No. Louis Vuitton is not Italian, but French, founded in 1854 by designer Louis Vuitton in Paris. Its workshops are currently located in France, Spain, the United States and Switzerland. Browse a wide collection of expertly vetted authentic Louis Vuitton products on 1stDibs.
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    How long Louis Vuitton belts last depends on how well you care for your item. Storing your belt in a ventilated area when not in use will prolong its life. On 1stDibs, find a collection of authentic Louis Vuitton accessories from some of the world’s top sellers.

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