Driving a vehicle like a Maserati is as much about the status symbol as it is about the mechanical bits of the vehicle underneath the badge. So it only follows that the Trident marque should offer other ways for its customers to flaunt their wealth when away from their GranTurismo or Quattroporte.

For the second time, Maserati has teamed up with Italian jewelers Damiani for an array of accessories bearing the marque's Trident emblem. Released just in time for Valentine's Day, the showcase is made up of three collections – Icon, Elegance and Pure – each comprising a keyring (naturally), a pair of cufflinks and a necklace.

Prices for each item hover around the £200 ($315) mark, and you can check them all out in the press release after the jump and the images in the gallery.
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SPECIAL VALENTINE'S DAY COLLECTION « DAMIANI FOR MASERATI »

For Valentine's Day Maserati has teamed up, for the second time, with leading Italian jeweller Damiani, to develop three new collections which perfectly combine style and technology, core values of both brands. This new collaboration originates from the passion Maserati and Damiani share for design and luxury.

Each collection includes a key ring, a pair of cufflinks and a necklace. The emblematic Maserati Trident features in every piece, as the symbol of the brand and its tradition.

The first collection, ICON, in silver and blue enamel, features Maserati's iconic colour together with a chic, minimalistic design that plays with the shape of the oval and the Trident logo on the front.

The second collection, ELEGANCE, in silver, combines a neat design with great attention to detail: it features the Maserati logo characteristic oval shape with the Trident embossed on the front.

The third collection, PURE, in silver as well, has a stylish sleek design combined with a round shape: the Maserati Trident is engraved on the front.

Visit www.maseratistore.com for more gift suggestions to celebrate this Valentine's Day in style...


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