Large Bottega Veneta second-hand bag range - Cassette, Chain Chassette, Jodie, Pouch and many more.
Bottega Veneta was founded in Venice in 1966 by Michele Taddei and Renzo Zengiaro. Right from the start, the company focused on the handmade production of high-quality leather goods. A special feature is still the ''intrecciato'' leather braiding technique. Right from the start, the products were produced with high quality standards and without the use of conspicuous labels. The customers appreciated this and soon a loyal fan community developed. None other than the pop artist Andy Warhol even made a small film for Bottega Veneta. When Michele Taddei and Renzo Zengiaro left the company at the end of the 1970s, sales figures also dropped. Thanks to this high-quality leather braiding technique, every Bottega Veneta second-hand bag tells its own story.
In 2000, English designer Giles Deacon took over the creative directionBottega Venetato bring it back to its former glory. Just a year later, however, Deacon was replaced by Thomas Maier and the company was taken over by the Gucci Group. Maier was previously chief designer at Hermès for 9 years. Another year later, the first ready-to-wear collection under his direction came onto the market and turned out to be a complete success for the company. Bottega Veneta second-hand handbags are therefore also very popular. Thomas Maier's expertise paid off and his feeling for proportions and materials also caused the sales figures to skyrocket. In 2018 Thomas Maier left Bottega Veneta and Daniel Lee became the new creative director. For more information about Bottega Veneta bags, contact us using our contact form.