Vertu is the British-based company (Nokia’s luxury division) that produces luxury mobile phones. they are celebrating their 10th birthday and are launching another luxurious series for the event, which is the Constellation Rococo Collection.

The stylish devices are claimed to be inspired by the eighteenth century French art, fashion and interior design movement by the same name. In other words, it’s some kind of new design to attract new customers.

The series of cellphones come with some flower pattern designs, which are obviously targeting those folks who love flower pattern.

The series will go on sale this summer and the phones will be available in noir, scarlet, ivory colors, as well as an exclusive sapphire edition, which features a cabochon sapphire center button, cabochon sapphire screws, and Rococo patterns engraved onto the bezel.

As usual, the signature “V” for Vertu is embossed on metal visible on the back of the handset. No pricing available yet, but that won’t be cheap.