Liberty of London Accessories

There is no shortage of Liberty of London accessories to suit brand devotees searching the auction space. Liberty of London's accessories have roots in the romance of the late Victorian period, a time when style and design found itself at a crossroads. Freedom of movement was becoming a rallying cry, and with the emancipation of the female body came the freedom to expand into a more fashion-forward state of mind.

Back then, everyday must-carry accents consisted of gloves and small handbags, which women had to master the art of carrying with grace. Liberty proudly supplied ladies with the accessories they needed. Today, a longtime Royal Warrant holder committed to quality, the British label creates a collection of exclusive accents in a variety of incarnations.

Liberty's most popular accessories are scarves, which retail customers can select from the historic house's iconic mix of exquisite printed fabrics at their in-boutique scarf bars. Popular Liberty of London bags include the signature Marlborough tote and a number of weekenders, backpacks, and saddle pouches. Liberty also boasts an always-expanding line of jewelry and accessory collaborations with myriad designers and artists, including retro-style sunglasses by Karen Walker, necklaces, bracelets, and earrings by Alex Monroe, and wallets, makeup bags, and travel cases with Liberty's signature Iphis hero print.


Quick Facts

  • The first accessories offered by Arthur Liberty, the company's founder, were imported kimonos, which he sold to stylish, Japan-obsessed British ladies more than a decade before Liberty of London opened its first store
  • In a 2013 Leonard Joel auction, a Liberty of London wool and silk shawl with a William Morris design sold for $460
  • In 2014, a vintage Liberty of London silk scarf with a hunting motif sold on eBay for $350

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