Noir LAV Compiegne 23
Unrivaled quality, authenticity guaranteed.
LAV enhanced Compiegne 23 in our signature Noir leather.
The strap is hand braided and attached at a standard of 48” but can be lengthened or shortened upon request. The strap is braided round into flat along the top to lay more comfortably across the shoulder. Please contact us after purchase for custom strap lengths and fittings.
Bag Dimensions 9” x 6” x 2”
Model is 5’8”
Western Conchos can be added to this style for no additional cost. Please contact us after purchase to choose from our current Concho inventory.
Natural Turquoise or other stones can be added to this style. A small sized stone (around 20-50 carats) can be added for an additional $550.00 or a medium sized stone (around 100 carats) can be added for an additional $650.00. Please contact us after purchase to inquire about having turquoise or other stones added to a this bag.
Custom leather work can also be added to this style. Custom patches are an additional $300.00 and straps are an additional $600.00. Any design can be hand tooled and painted by our in-house artisan, William James Brown.
This bag can also be custom ordered with braidwork only instead of the fringe or with the leathers blended together. Any two of our signature colors can be blended together.
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If you would like your fringe or detachable strap shortened or lengthened, call or email us after purchase.
All bags are purchased in excellent second-hand, vintage condition and have been authenticated by Leatherandvodka. This bag will ship within five weeks after purchase.
*LEATHERANDVODKA is not affiliated with Louis Vuitton, the LOUIS VUITTON brand, or Louis Vuitton Malletier S.A. in any way. This product is a used, previously owned, or second-hand Louis Vuitton bag purchased lawfully on the secondary market and lawfully enhanced by the addition of artistic or ornamental designs. LEATHERANDVODKA does not claim any rights in the LV symbol, the LOUIS VUITTON trademark, or any other related mark.