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.

Chanel Jewelry Box
$5,400 via Chanel

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Chanel Jewelry Box
$6,200 via Chanel

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Chanel Large Jewelry Box
Price Upon Request via Chanel

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Chanel Small Jewelry Box
$4,100

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Doodles78
Doodles78
5 years ago

Because Karl is both a god and the devil at the same time. 🙂 I LOVE THESE

nita
nita
5 years ago

I predict this idea is going to fail. Whether or not people want to admit it, people carry designer handbags in large part as status/wealth symbol, to be seen by others. Not many people are going to spend thousands of dollars for a Chanel jewelry box that just sits on their bedroom dresser.

Lynn
Lynn
5 years ago
Reply to  nita

Gucci, and most companies with a healthy luggage line, have been making quality jewelry boxes for years. Last year, Gucci made a $7,100 luggage trunk (about twice the size of the Chanel pictured).

If you are going to be traveling with $100K+ of jewelry, a $4-7K box to carry them in really isn’t that expensive. It’s the equivalent of putting a $200 Tiffany silver piece in a $15 box.

nita
nita
5 years ago
Reply to  Lynn

Fair enough…

Kate
Kate
5 years ago
Reply to  nita

Some annoying child with wealthy parents/aspiring lifestyle and fashion bloggers will post photos of these on their vanitiy on Instagram. Grr.

Lily
Lily
5 years ago
Reply to  Kate

You would be surprised, as to how many of those so-called lifestyle and fashion bloggers, fake their Instagram feed.

Kate
Kate
5 years ago
Reply to  Lily

I would not be surprised at all, actually.

Giselle
Giselle
5 years ago
Reply to  nita

You’ll be surprised, but I saw people sharing these on purse forum 🙂

Tinsley Proust
Tinsley Proust
5 years ago

This is definitely tempting me. I love the beige, but I’d get the black as it would better stand the test of time.

Aurore de La Gorce
Aurore de La Gorce
5 years ago

I’m not convinced. Chanel should stick to fashion, it’s a fashion house before anything else. They may end up regarded the same way Vuitton used to be, if they go on producing everything and anything.

Tinsley Proust
Tinsley Proust
5 years ago

Chanel isn’t as accessible as LV, so I don’t think they run the risk of becoming too ubiquitous.

HelloHappylife
HelloHappylife
5 years ago

I’m over hearing about Chanel. The bags are always so boring with the same pattern & the double C’s. So it’s no surprise this jewelry box follows the same. The quality is amazing but they are getting overrated. Especially with the price increases. As tacky as LV can be sometimes at least they have been making different bag collections instead of the repeat Chanel bags I keep seeing.

Finem Lauda
Finem Lauda
5 years ago
Reply to  HelloHappylife

Same. can’t get behind Karl “I Hate Fat People And I’m An Asshole” loginatoiletfeld either.

Kate
Kate
5 years ago
Reply to  HelloHappylife

One man’s boring is another man’s classic. I think their iconic flaps are timeless. They’ll still be on the arms of fashionable ladies long after my grandchildren are dead. (At the moment, my son is only nine weeks old).

Holly Stanton
Holly Stanton
5 years ago
Reply to  Kate

That’s assuming Chanel doesn’t become gauche by the time your grandkids are alive. Anyway, handbags should be fun not “timeless”. It’s not jewelry.

SunnyQ
SunnyQ
5 years ago

I really love my Chanel purses. But these are everything I hear people who don’t like Chanel say about the brand – they look old, fussy and dated. And I think the decor they would fit in would be the same – just too much. Everything doesn’t need quilting.

I could see Samantha from Bewitched loving these. No, wait, maybe her mom.

Yoshi1296
Yoshi1296
5 years ago

These are so next level bougie…I”M IN LOVE!!!!!!

Sparky
Sparky
5 years ago

I can’t afford it but I think its a great idea. I’m surprised they didn’t think of this sooner. I’m sure they will be a huge hit.

As far as price goes, proportionally these boxes are probably a better value than Chanel small accessories and wallets. A wallet is over $1000, right? And a wallet is basically leather with a zipper. These boxes are much more complicated.

klynneann
klynneann
5 years ago

Love. But wish they were the bigger size, for the smaller price.

Mya Wilkes
Mya Wilkes
5 years ago

LOOOVVVEEEE this!!! Drooling over the beige especially.

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