An espresso set, napkin rings, polo shirts and cufflinks – all with a Centenary gold finish – are just a few of the statement pieces Bentley has released to celebrate its 100th anniversary.
The bespoke Centenary Collection commemorates the British car manufacturer’s remarkable milestone by capturing the spirit and style synonymous with the luxury brand.
Exquisite gold detailing similar to that used on every car built during 2019 features throughout the range.
An exquisite gold-plated tealight holder, a set of two napkin rings boasting the distinctive Bentley knurling pattern, or the decadent espresso set of two cups and saucers are ideal for motor aficionados.
The luxury automotive company’s Centenary clothing range radiates grandeur with its stylish polo shirts embossed with the ‘Crewe’ logo on the front, Centenary logo on the sleeve and signature gold details.
Facet knurling cufflinks inspired by the Bentley driver control system switch feature gold plating on the face and a laser-etched Bentley emblem on the back.
Notebooks, lanyards and heritage luggage are also included in the Centenary Collection crafted by skilled artisans – a taste of what is to come with the extravagant Centenary Specifications blended throughout car models built in 2019.
The golden era of Bentley is signified with its exclusive metallic detail Centenary Gold colour to commemorate the company’s past and celebrate its future.
As a tribute to the legacy of its founder, W.O. Bentley, the luxury automotive brand carefully integrated an exquisite range of subtle, handcrafted features for every car built at the Crewe factory in the UK this year.
The subtle Centenary finishes will only be available once, which makes the incredibly rare cars the epitome of luxury.
From a welcome lamp illuminating the ground with a Centenary message to a choice between contrast or cross stitching in the signature gold thread throughout the cabin of the car, every detail has been considered to further elevate the supreme Bentley models.
“They will only be seen on a very small number of the Bentleys on the road, now and in the future,” Bentley’s website states. “Cars with these Centenary details will therefore be rare – and they are destined to become highly collectable.”
The Centenary Specification will only be added to cars built in 2019 through commission with final orders to be received by October 2019.
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