So, you’ve got yourself some Chanel handbags, and you’ve also got some Chanel jewelry. Maybe now you’re thinking, “How can I combine those two things, and also get some home decor into the mix?” Don’t worry, Karl Lagerfeld has you covered in ways you didn’t even realize you needed until this exact moment in time. That’s right: you can now be the proud owner of a Chanel jewelry box, finished in the same quilted lambskin from the brand’s iconic bags.
If you’re wondering why someone would buy a Chanel jewelry box, I want you to stop, back up and reconsider, because you’re asking yourself the wrong question. Why wouldn’t someone want a Chanel jewelry box, assuming that, for the person in question, $4,100 to $6,200 is a relatively trivial amount of money, relative to all the other money they have? They’re beautifully made and very functional, just like the brand’s bags, and it’s much harder to figure out how to make a handbag a part of your home decor. A jewelry box, on the other hand, can just hang out on your dressing table for years. (People who have Chanel jewelry boxes definitely also have dressing tables, don’t you think? With, like, a mirrored tray for perfumes and stuff?)
For those who have extensive jewelry collections, very large dressing tables or both, this collection also includes an option above the previously mentioned price range, but you’ll have to pester your friendly neighborhood Chanel sales associate for a definitive number. Check out the available models below, which are from the brand’s recently released Metiers d’Art 2016 collection.