LOUIS VUITTON Monogram Partition Wristlet


LOUIS VUITTON Monogram Partition Wristlet

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We guarantee this is an authentic LOUIS VUITTON Monogram Partition Wristlet or 100% of your money back. This adorable little wristlet is made of the traditional monogram toile canvas with natural cowhide leather trim and strap. It is lined in rich raspberry microfiber and has a zipper top closure. The bag has a front outer patch pocket that has a firm form and a flap with snap closure. The inside of the pocket has an additional small patch pocket inside. The leather wristlet strap is detachable so the bag can be carried as a clutch without the strap.

Measurements: How we measure
Length: 7 in
Height: 7 in

Item #: 19771

Item Location: Beverly Hills, California

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Item Condition: Excellent

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