This Rolls-Royce Phantom gets a sweet hand-painted artwork


The 42-acre Rolls-Royce site in Goodwood is also home to about 300,000 English honeybees which reside in six traditional wooden beehives. The bees forage across the site, and on the 12,000-acre Goodwood Estate, to produce what is billed as “the Rolls-Royce of Honey”. Another specialty of the site is the Phantom Rose—an English Tea Rose bred especially for Rolls-Royce and found only at the marque’s headquarters. And so, Allie Knight, one of the exterior finishing artisans at Rolls-Royce, got inspired by these two specialties of the site and used a Phantom‘s bonnet as a canvas for a special artwork.

The hand-painted artwork will be on display at Rolls-Royce’s flagship showroom—in the heart of Mayfair, London, from Monday 4th October till Sunday 10th October 2021, as part of London Craft Week participation. A unique Champagne cocktail, incorporating Rolls-Royce’s very own honey, has been put together in collaboration with Perrier Jouët for this occasion.

Also, read: Porsche Honey adds sweetness to Biodiversity

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