the world’s leading luxury car maker, and Heinz Mayer a family owned
manufacturer of fine jewellery dating back to 1599, have come together to
launch Bentley’s first jewellery collection that comprises a timeless selection
of contemporary diamond and gold pieces.
The collection opens up a new segment
in the jewellery industry by integrating recognisable Bentley design features
into every piece, creating a unique range of subtle yet distinctive pieces.
at Baselworld in Switzerland, the two fine jewellery capsule collections –
‘Wings’ and ‘Everlasting’ – both have a focus on diamonds set in exquisitely
crafted 18K white, rose and yellow gold settings.
in unique shapes and lines inspired by Bentley’s signature ‘Wing’ badge, the
collection balances a combination of the best traditional techniques and
intricate mechanics to offer exquisite detailing. Bentley Jewellery is
handcrafted by industry-leading artisans using only ethically sourced diamonds,
precious metals and rare gem stones.
exclusive collaboration between Bentley, the world’s leading luxury car maker,
and Heinz Mayer, a family-owned manufacturer dating back to 1599, reflects a
shared passion for bespoke craftsmanship and flawless detailing that captures
the DNA of both brands.
Mayer is renowned for its class-leading expertise in creating fine, custom
jewellery and as a pioneer in the use of diamonds and gemstones.
partnership between the iconic British luxury car brand and the pioneer
jewellery manufacturer translates a new and exciting element of modern design
and the highest quality materials into wearable accessories that are truly
authentic and individual for discerning global customers.
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