The history of Louis Vuitton can be traced back to 1854, from rue Neuve-des-Capucines in Paris. Initially, he was engaged in creating luxury baggage for the nobility and wealthy travelers in France. Over the years, the brand has been gradually enlarging on a global level.
In 1987, the house integrated with Moёt Hennessy (LVMH) and became the world’s largest luxury group. A couple of years later, it engaged in the production of ready-to-wear, shoe repair, watchmaking, and perfumery.
In 2001, the house accidentally opened itself to jewelry through the sale of a bracelet with gold charms depicting the monuments of Paris. In 2009, the brand introduced jewelry collections and fine jewelry; going on to establish its first boutique in the renowned Place Vendôme, in 2012, and began to deal in luxury jewelry.
With over a hundred years of competency in the luxury business, the house has an acclaimed talent for the designing of magnificent rings, necklaces, and more. From the launching of its very first jewelry collection, the brand has set the pace with exclusive and timeless jewelry pieces. The first collections, “The Soul of Travel” and “Time Travel”, denoted the significance of traveling and are the favored theme of the house. It is quite clear that the Louis Vuitton designing style is strongly connected with its heritage. Nonetheless, Vuitton’s history does not refer to jewelry, like most of the other jewelers on Place Vendôme, but to its former business: creating steamer trunks for travelers.
The essence of trunk-making is distinctly visible on the jewelry pieces in the shape of the renowned Vuitton icon, the Monogram flower and star design that was first introduced on canvas in 1896. Other collections include the “Chain Attraction”, “Blossom” or “Act V” featuring an extravagant range of jewelry highlighting the most precious gems, such as tourmalines, emeralds, mandarin garnets, morganites, and Louis-size diamonds: Vuitton.
At the brand’s workshop for high-end jewelry in Paris, each piece of jewelry is carefully created by a highly capable team of skilled artisans. Traditional manufacturing techniques are used to highlight these ornaments as Haute joaillerie creations.
The Miller House is pleased and at your service to offer you rare, pre-owned Louis Vuitton jewelry at the best prices. Products can be conveniently viewed both on our website and in our shop. We will be pleased to respond to all your queries, so don’t hesitate to contact us with any required questions.