Dom Pérignon has recently collaborated with renowned British jewellery designer Stephen Webster to create a collection of limited edition pieces inspired by Dom Pérignon Rosé Vintage 2002. The launch of the Dark Jewel Collection was celebrated at The Connaught Hotel in London, featuring live music performance by singer Jessie Ware and canapés designed by 2 Michelin Starred Chef Hélène Darroze. The Dark Jewel collection is available now exclusively at Fortnum & Mason.
Dom Pérignon Rosé is referred to as the Dark Jewel of Dom Pérignon, with its mesmerizing prism of amber and copper tones. This unique paradox has provided the inspiration for iconic British jeweller, Stephen Webster, to create a collection of exclusive high jewellery pieces for the Dom Pérignon.
Both pieces are one of a kind and feature Rubellite Tourmaline stones, whose deep, concentrated colour recollects the rich intensity and complex structure of the Rosé Vintage 2002.
The striking long finger ring and dramatic drop earrings are set in 18ct white gold, with a black and white diamond pave shaped into intertwined leaves and vines.
Stephen Webster has also designed a limited edition collection of pendants and cufflinks, marked with Webster’s unmistakable design handwriting. Set with black sapphires, the cufflinks are designed in the shape of the iconic Dom Pérignon shield.
Ten bottles of Dom Pérignon Rose 2002 will be exclusively sold at Fortnum & Mason with either a Stephen Webster pendant or pair of cufflinks at £495.