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Damiani and Maserati Renew Their Partnership with a Maserati Damiani Collection - Web Exclusive

The partnership originated at the end of 2009 with the common vision of luxury as the perfect match between innovation and craftsmanship.

Mar 28, 2011

The collaboration between two of Italy's prestigious icons, Maserati and Damiani, continues with the creation of an exclusive key-ring.

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The partnership originated at the end of 2009 with the common vision of luxury as the perfect match between innovation and craftsmanship. Today, this partnership receives further strength with the launch of the precious Masterpiece key-ring and the Circle collection.

The Masterpiece key-ring comes in white 18kt gold with diamonds and sapphires pave that will be produced in a limited edition of only eight pieces - the number of cylinders of Maserati V8 engines.

The key-ring features the Maserati logo: the unmistakable Trident in white gold that stands out on the pave composed by 232 blue sapphires and 66 conflict-free diamonds.

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On the back of the key-ring is the engraved Maserati 'signature'.

The Circle collection is the first in a series of product lines created by Damiani for Maserati. It is a range of accessories in silver dedicated to men. Cufflinks, key-rings and necklaces are characterized by an essential and elegant design playing with the circular shape, and with the Maserati Trident logo engraved on the front.

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