Bentley is expanding its range of exclusive collectibles at next week’s 2011 Geneva Motor Show, calling on luxury leather partner Ettinger to create a range of personal accessories using the same hand-crafted techniques applied to Bentley’s cars.

Inspired by the Beluga and Hotspur interior trim colors of the Bentley Continental Supersports, the new collection of leather items in black and red leather with contrast stitching includes keyrings and carry cases for an iPad, iPhone or Blackberry.

Founded by Gerry Ettinger more than 70 years ago, Ettinger is still family owned and run by the founder’s eldest son, Robert Ettinger. It is one of the few British luxury leather goods companies still manufacturing in the UK.

Bentley first started collaborating with Ettinger more than five years ago and the leather goods firm has even been recognized by the British royal family. Despite its credentials, pricing for items in the new collection is reasonable, with the keyring starting at approximately $35, the iPad case at $144 and the iPhone and Blackberry cases at $73.

As mentioned, the new range will be unveiled in Geneva next week. For our complete coverage of the event, click here.