Jade Jagger's representative has refuted claims she called on inspiration from the Nazis to design an ice pick for a vodka brand.
The daughter of Rolling Stones star Sir Mick was commissioned by Belvedere to create the dagger-shaped ice pick, and was rumoured to have copied a Nazi knife for the final product.
A source tells the New York Post's PageSix.com, "She removed the swastikas and eagles and redesigned it as her own creation. Belvedere obviously did not know."
Jagger was then reported to have told Women's Wear Daily, "The dagger's a very English symbol, very authoritarian. I've got tons."
However, Jagger's representative Amanda Harding tells PageSix.com, "She doesn't own any.
"She (Jagger) was inspired by the King Arthur legend. She has influences, as does everyone. This is hurtful to her. She's such a well-respected designer. It's completely untrue."
Belvedere's dagger, with 12 carats of diamonds, retails for $250,000 (GBP125,000).