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Since its establishment in 1847, the House of Cartier has kept alive its precious, creative tradition of hand-made pieces, which underpins Cartier's timeless jewellery creations, handed down from generation to generation, find out more at: www.cartier.com 
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 Jouelle Artisan Jewellery is made using traditional metalsmithing techniques and tools. Using sterling silver, gold and gemstones, all their pieces are original and beautiful. Their inspirations come from both natural and geometric forms, which are pared down to clean lines and enhanced with subtle pops of colour, therein lies the beauty of the artisan’s work. find out more at: www.jouelle.co.uk
A Bentley is unmistakable - all it takes is a glance at the twin headlights, matrix grille or the high waistline to know one. The paradox of the car is that although it is instantly recognisable, it takes time and effort to hand-build each one. That's the assured Bentley hallmark. A hand-built car using the finest quality natural materials takes time. Yet, while others may do things ‘meticulously' or ‘painstakingly', Bentley has always been about passion. In fact, our entire reputation rests on the experienced skills and passion of our people, handed down through generations. Many of our people say that they work on each Bentley as if it were going to be their car. They want to get it right. It's no wonder that every machinist who creates a set of upholstery signs the back of it with his or her initials. If you require further information about the Bentley brand, please access at: www.bentleymotors.com 
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The History of Ferrari begins with the dream of a great man, Enzo Ferrari, and a charismatic emblem, the Prancing Horse, there can only be one sports car, that has the History, Style, Look and Engine Quality, that is simply Ferrari, find out more at: www.ferrari.com  
Bugatti has always been the epitome of exclusivity, luxury, elegance, style, extraordinary design, and a great passion for automobiles. The Bugatti legacy dates back to the year 1901, when the designs and constructions of Ettore Bugatti and his son Jean achieved a perfect synthesis of art and technology. In the 1920s, Ettore Bugatti's cars were the embodiment of light construction and unmatched technical aestheticism. Jean Bugatti's bodywork designs had a lasting impact on the style of the 1930s. Prime examples of these two eras are the almost invincible racing car Typ 35 designed by Ettore Bugatti, and the vanguard super-sports two-seater Typ 57SC Atlantic by Jean Bugatti. Each of these surpassing automobiles embodies the genius of its creator. Yet the history of this legendary brand and its two formative designers and engineers goes far beyond technology and art - it is also a history of automotive pioneering. This legacy lives on in the Veyron. www.bugatti.com
Audi is a manufacturer of exquisite cars - beautiful, sophisticated machines that embody technological perfection. Its success is built on its core values of creativity, commitment and enthusiasm, and by keeping its customers' desires at the heart of everything it does. Audi strives to lead the way through constant innovation, setting new standards that define Vorsprung durch Technik. www.audi.co.uk
Coutts and Co Bank founded in 1692, offers complete private banking and wealth management services. These include investment services, commercial banking and business banking. www.coutts.com
Since 1749 Justerini & Brooks has been shipping and supplying the world's finest wines to clients throughout the world, including the last eight consecutive British monarchs. So whether you are investing in wine, starting a drinking cellar, or simply looking for a case or two of fine wine, you should find all you require among Justerini & Brooks' wine lists, offers and cellar plans. To find out more visit Justerini & Brooks' dedicated team at its London showroom at 61 St James's Street, call them on 020 7484 6400 or log on to their website at: www.justerinis.com
 Fortnum & Mason, often shortened to just "Fortnum's" is situated in central London, its headquarters is located at 181 Piccadilly, where it was established in 1707 by William Fortnum and Hugh Mason, today Fortnum's provides a range of finest wine, beverages, condiments, main food staples and hampers, all with tradition and excellence. visit their website on: www.fortnumandmason.com
Harrods was founded by Charles Henry Harrod who established his business in 1824, since then Harrods has became the world's most famous luxury department store, you will discover luxury gifts for every occasion and many exclusive  products, you may now shop online just visit harrods website: www.harrods.com
Exciting developments are taking place at Asprey; it continues to celebrate the best in craftsmanship, design and materials to offer its clients objects to treasure. Expert jewellery designers, steeped in Asprey's individualistic British style, working with the finest gems, have given Asprey its unrivaled reputation. The elegant new Asprey designs represent a continuation of a great tradition, blending experience with a spirit of artistic adventure to take the craft forward. In leather, silver, china, glass and everything for the home there are new collections and pioneering designs. As ever, each Asprey product will be made with the most exacting craftsmanship from the finest materials. www.asprey.com 
Maserati has Luxury and elegance combined in the form of the Quattroporte, Unmatched style and performance as is the case of the GranTurismo, and the thrill of shared open-air motoring of the GranCabrio, enter the exclusive world of Maserati a car with excellence through passion, you may find out more by entering the Maserati website. www.maserati.com 
 All over the world, Savile Row stands for the very best in men's tailoring and so it is fitting that Gieves & Hawkes should be 'No 1 Savile Row' ~ a remarkable address. The company was formed from two famous businesses: Gieves, founded in 1785 and Hawkes, founded in 1771. Since then we have welcomed a passing parade of famous customers whose names would fill a book. The magnificent full dress occasions of British State Ceremonial have been embellished and enriched by our craftsmen's skills, and overseas monarchs and leaders have looked upon us to meet their own exacting requirements. Gieves & Hawkes continues to flourish as it always has: by being innovative, while holding onto impeccable values of service and craft excellence. Everything is continually reviewed, from the pinnacle bespoke range, entirely hand made on the premises at Savile Row, right through to the sharp ready-to-wear range, please view the website for details: www.gievesandhawkes.com
The Ritz : The world's greatest hotel, as conceived by the world's greatest hotelier. For over a century The Ritz has been the benchmark by which other hotels are measured. A London landmark at 150 Piccadilly, The Ritz has been home to the great and the good, the intelligentsia, the glitterati and thousands of discerning guests since 1906. Learn a little more about us here: www.theritzlondon.com
Pink was set up in 1984 by three Irish brothers - James, Peter and John Mullen. Their idea was to reinvent the traditional Jermyn Street shirt, taking it to a wider, aspirational audience. The brand name Thomas Pink came from an 18th century London tailor known for making sought-after red hunting jackets. If you were lucky enough to own one, you were said to be ‘in the pink'. Every Thomas Pink shirt is an exercise in perfection. All their shirts are crafted to the same exacting standards, keeping alive the impeccable heritage of London's Jermyn Street, home of traditional British shirt-making. Constructed from the finest-quality two-fold cotton, immaculately cut and finished, Pink shirts are crisp, comfortable and look the part anywhere from the boardroom to the boardwalk. Please see the website for details: www.thomaspink.com 
Dom Pérignon (1638-1715) was a monk and cellar master at the Benedictine abbey in Hautvillers. He was the first to blend grapes in such a way as to improve the quality of wines and deal with a number of their imperfections, in 1670. He also introduced corks, which were fastened to bottles with hemp string soaked in oil in order to keep the wines fresh and sparkling, and used thicker glass in order to strengthen the bottles (which were prone to explode at that time). Dom Pérignon is always a vintage champagne, meaning that it is not made in weak years, and all grapes used to make the wine were harvested in the same year for Dom Pérignon is the first, the last, the everything to the world of champagne. visit their website: www.domperignon.com
Everything is there in the distinctive Pommery style: natural elegance. From the deep blue of the Pommery label and identity to the transparent bubbles, the luminous singularity of Pommery wines allows you to share, every day, the joyful elegance of tradition married with modernity. The perfect way to enjoy watching polo is with a glass of Pommery champagne in your hand. Find out more about this luxury marque at: www.pommery.com
Founded in 1772 by Philippe Clicquot-Muiron, Veuve Clicquot played an important role in establishing champagne as a favored drink of haute bourgeoisie and nobility throughout Europe thus Veuve Clicquot has become both a substantial Champagne House and a respected International Brand, it is easily recognised by its distinctive bright yellow labels, the wine holds a royal warrant of HM Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom,  Veuve Clicquot is the perfect Champagne for the Summer and that special moment, find out more by visiting their website: www.veuve-clicquot.com
Moët and Chandon can trace its history back to 1743 when it was established by Claude Moët, it is the world's largest Champagne House, discover its taste today, which is the reason that Moët & Chandon is the perfect gift or toast for that special occasion, visit their website at: www.moet.com
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 Hildon Natural Mineral Water comes from beneath the chalk hills of the beautiful Hampshire countryside in the South of England. The water is wholesome, naturally filtered and crystal-clear. It is free from pollution and has a stable composition, being naturally low in sodium and naturally high in calcium. The water is bottled at source and whether it is delightfully still or gently carbonated, it has a distinctive, delicious taste. www.hildon.com

At La Martina, they approach their business in the same way that a high goal polo player approaches the challenge of playing polo; with passion, devotion, and the utmost commitment to excellence. They are dedicated to offering the very best products within the sport of polo - a sport which is fast, competitive and demanding, but which also represents a whole way of living, a culture, a lifestyle. www.lamartina.com

The Quintessential British Preppy Brand. Born in the upmarket, hedonistic summer playgrounds of Salcombe, Aldeburgh, Rock and Cowes, Jack Wills has slowly evolved through the upmarket university towns of Cambridge, Oxford, Bath, St Andrews, York and Bristol and is now rolling out across the UK. www.jackwills.com
Bose has taken its commitment and its passion for innovation and applied them to developing unique sound solutions to meet virtually any audio challenge in any application. www.bose.com  

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