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The publication charts Bentley’s 100 years of groundbreaking design and engineering, and celebrates the marque’s status as one of the world’s leading names in luxury motoring.

Madame Butterfly Carriage it’s honored to be featured next to the most prestigious high-end brands in the RROC and RREC’s Bentley 100 album. The inclusion of the Madambe Butterfly Carriage is an example of our commitment to provide only the best of the best products, aesthetically stunning, luxurious and transcendent for both children and parents.

Madame Butterfly Carriage, was featured in a new publication entitled, “Exploring the Extraordinary: 100 Years of Bentley Motors” by the RROC and RREC. The U.S. launch of “Exploring the Extraordinary: 100 Years of Bentley Motors” took place at the Detroit Marriott Troy in Troy, Michigan on Saturday, July 27. 

A beautifully designed, 432-page hardback book created by two of the world’s most prestigious car clubs: The Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts’ Club (RREC) and the Rolls-Royce Owners’ Club (RROC), alongside leading publisher St James’s House. Written by an editorial team of experts, aficionados, and tastemakers.

The publication charts Bentley’s 100 years of groundbreaking design and engineering, and celebrates the marque’s status as one of the world’s leading names in luxury motoring.

Madame Butterfly Carriage it’s honored to be featured next to the most prestigious high-end brands in the RROC and RREC’s Bentley 100 album. The inclusion of the Madame Butterfly Carriage is an example of our commitment to provide only the best of the best products, aesthetically stunning, luxurious and transcendent for both children and parents.

With the impressive setting, over 150 classic cars were at the even’ts venue. The guests enjoyed afternoon tea prior to the official launch. Additionally, to resonate with the book’s theme of luxury, a careful selection of high-end brands were present, enabling guests to immerse themselves in a world of luxurious tastes, products, and experiences.

What better way to launch this wonderful book than with a celebration of the finer things in life? It was truly an event to remember,” said Richard Freed, CEO of St James’s House.

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