In the first endeavor of its kind, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has commissioned a unique set of Spirit of Ecstasy figurines based on 5 Feng Shui elements: Wood, Fire, Water, Earth and Metal.


The bespoke porcelain figurines, skillfully crafted by Bavarian artisans Porzellan Manufaktur Nymphenburg, have been produced with the brands’ shared values of aesthetics, luxury, elegance and attention to detail. These rare objects d’art are embellished with the Cumberland decoration, revered as one of the most beautiful and complex flower designs to be produced on porcelain. The special edition figurines have been adorned with 24-carat fine gold staffage, making them even more valuable.


“We feel very privileged to present these prestigious Rolls-Royce Feng Shui art pieces. As the official Rolls-Royce dealer representative, it has always been our mission to ensure that our customers are treated with the highest standards. We appreciate that they value Feng Shui as a way of life to achieve harmony, peace, health and good fortune and also artistic pursuits. This combination, using the most iconic emblem in the luxury automotive world, the Spirit of Ecstasy, and craftsmanship by one of the most renowned porcelain makers in the world, is our initiative to celebrate the art of bespoke craftsmanship in a unique Asian  fashion,” said ChatvithaiTantraporn, Managing Director of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Bangkok.


The art pieces will be on display at Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Bangkok Boutique showroom at level 2F, Siam Paragon until 6 October.


The Spirit of Ecstasy is one of the world’s most famous icons. The flying lady mascot has gracefully adorned the bonnet of Rolls-Royce models since 6 February 1911. Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is the Pinnacle super-luxury automotive brand. The brand has sustained its leadership in individualisation and bespoke cars. Bespoke Collections have included Art Deco and Waterspeed (presented at the Bangkok Motor show in recent years). 2014 marked the first year in which every Phantom, and the great majority of Ghost and Wraith models, left the Home of Rolls-Royce at Goodwood in West Sussex, England with significant Bespoke personalisation. A record number of customers spent personal one-on-one time with Rolls-Royce’s Bespoke design consultants commissioning their personalised vehicles.

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