1-carat solitaire diamond ring and 1.65-carat pavé diamond ring from the Bentley Jewellery Collection. Both feature F-VS triple excellent diamonds in 18-karat gold and platinum
Bespoke Bentley pieces featuring rare gems. From left, a 3.87-carat Paraiba tourmaline, a 10.01-carat fancy yellow diamond and 10.28-carat tanzanite
A pair of earrings with matching 2-carat, F-colour and VS diamonds in 18-karat gold from the Bentley Solitaire Collection
Bentley Jewellery is all set for the grand presentation of its first-ever jewellery collections at the September Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair.
The collections are the result of a collaboration between Bentley Motors and Heinz Mayer – a partnership that is rooted in a shared passion for sustainable materials, exquisite craftsmanship and innovative techniques. Bentley Motors has been building extraordinary cars for over a century. Heinz Mayer is a family-owned jewellery maker dating back to 1599.
Described as “extraordinary jewellery inspired by extraordinary cars,” Bentley Jewellery is made with ethically sourced diamonds, coloured gemstones and precious metals. The collections are characterised by flowing shapes that echo the graceful contours of Bentley cars, according to the jeweller.
“These elegant, feminine pieces are designed to symbolise the wearer’s extraordinary life,” Heinz Mayer shared, adding that every piece of Bentley Jewellery is engraved with the Bentley Wings icon as a mark of its authenticity and exceptional quality.
At the September Fair, the brand will introduce the Bentley Jewellery Collection inspired by the Bentley Wings and the Bentley Solitaire Collection, which celebrates life’s most important moments. Bespoke jewellery service is also available. Customised pieces may be set with rare and valuable gemstones, including investment-grade diamonds.
In celebration of the launch, the carmaker will display two of its luxury cars at Heinz Mayer’s Fine Design Pavilion stand in the Grand Foyer (GF005) of the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre (HKCEC).
The September Fair, which introduced the “One Show, Two Venues” format in the jewellery trade, will showcase diamonds, coloured gemstones and pearls at the AsiaWorld-Expo (AWE) from September 16 to 20, and present finished jewellery collections, packaging solutions, tools and equipment, and industry-related technologies at the HKCEC from September 18 to 22.