LONDON, September 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Renée Joyce was the lucky recipient of a Blossom Diamond Ring after she was judged Best Dressed Lady at the Boodles Ladies' Day, which took place at luxury car exhibition, Salon Privé, yesterday.
The ring hails from one of the British jeweller's most iconic collections. Inspired by the intricate embroidery on antique Japanese kimonos, the collection is built around a stylised floral motif. In the Blossom Diamond Ring, this pretty design is rendered in 18ct rose gold and set with 0.62ct of round, brilliant-cut diamonds.
Jamiroquai front-man and exotic car collector Jay Kay was among the celebrity panel tasked with selecting the most stylishly dressed lady in attendance. Boodles director Michael Wainwright presented the award to the winner.
Founded in 1798, Boodles is a family-owned British jeweller, known for its unique, handmade designs and exceptional customer service. Boodles has nine stores worldwide, including a recently opened boutique in Hong Kong, five in London (Savoy Hotel, New Bond Street, Sloane Street, The Royal Exchange and Harrods), three in North-West England (Manchester, Liverpool and Chester) and one in Dublin.
Boodles is famed for its imaginative and detailed design, its magnificent diamonds, the quality of its craftsmanship and its quirky, understated English charm.
About Salon Privé
Salon Privé is the UK's premier motoring and lifestyle event. Now in its seventh consecutive year, Salon Privé returned to Syon Park from 5-7 September 2012. Salon Privé is firmly established as the UK's most prestigious Super Car Show and the Chubb Insurance Concours d'Elégance is a calendar highlight among enthusiasts, collectors and buyers of modern and classic super cars. It is, however, far more than just a car show, having also become a permanent fixture on the London social scene.