Louis Vuitton is iconic for luggage.
His flat bottomed trunks with trianon canvas were lightweight and airtight and could be stacked.
The example below shows a 1930s Louis Vuitton full size Wardrobe trunk The exterior covered with the LV monogram stencil on canvas. This example had many travelling stickers like the “Calais – Méditerranée express” for those who desire a trip through time and some of the most famous hotel stickers of the Art Deco Period (Montreux Palace in Switzerland – Hôtel Continental in Paris – Hôtel Negresco in Nice). The interior numbered and lined in yellow Vuittonite and containing on one side six fitted drawers and on the other side a wardrobe with 10 hangers and a shoe case.
This is luxury at its best! Who would have owned such an item!
It sold at auction in 2016 with some damage for £6,500 plus Buyers premium.
What do you use yours for? Many people use them as coffee tables!
This example sold at auction for £4,200 plus buyers premium.
They are hotly contested.