Founded in 1829 by Charles Delvaux in Brussels, Delvaux is the oldest fine leather luxury goods house in the world, holding a warrant to the Royal Court of Belgium since 1883.
Delvaux bags are made from supple and durable calf leather sourced from tanneries in France and Italy. Delvaux is also renowned for its exotic leathers such as alligator, crocodile, python, lizard and ostrich. Each bag is made entirely by hand and worked on, from start to finish, by a small team of three artisans – a master-craftsman and his two apprentices – at the atelier in Brussels. A one-off work of art, it comes with a card bearing the signature of the master craftsman who constructed it. Even as a household name, recently introduced to the United States, Delvaux remains special and confidential.