Rolls Royce’s Spirit of Ecstasy glams up in gold-plated and solid silver form

Rolls Royce is an ultimate symbol of luxury and nothing says Rolls Royce more than their ‘Flying Lady’ figurine. This Spirit of Ecstasy has adorned the bonnet of Rolls Royce’s for generations and will forever remain an immortal symbol of luxury. Over the years it has taken many avatars in form of Centenary Collection, the crystal Spirit of Ecstasy and the desk ornament. Rolls Royce even celebrated 100 years of the Spirit of Ecstasy with Rankin’s Photos. The flying lady has been created using the ‘lost wax’ technique with the most traditional figurines being cast in stainless steel. However the automaker is now offering different versions of the Flying Lady in solid sterling silver and gold plated.

There is also an uplit style, which features a halo of pure white light and a fully illuminated polycarbonate statuette. The statuette was originally fitted on the 101EX, which was the experimental forerunner to the Phantom Coupé.

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