With Christmas right around the corner, shopping budgets are on most of our minds. Feeling guilty about how much money you’re about to spend? What is the most expensive gift you have ever given? Well get ready because they can get a whole lot more expensive! From cars and bikes to rings and phones, there is no shortage to things that people can make obscenely expensive. These are the 25 Most Expensive Gifts Ever On The Market!
The most expensive bike light out there is Betty. It goes for well over a thousand dollars, but it’s super bright and can even adjust itself based on how fast you are riding!
The Limited Edition Mystery Masterpiece is a joint creation of Montblanc and Van Cleef & Arpels. Not only does this pen carry the reputable names, it’s also studded with your choice of emeralds, diamonds, or sapphires; each pen is individually crafted. At over $700,000, it is one of the most expensive pens ever created.
At $140 this Japanese fruit basket is one of the most expensive in the world. So what goes in it? Two ordinary musk melons! They’re somewhat of a delicacy in Japan.
Thinking of getting someone a book? How about one of the world’s most expensive ever sold? The Codex Leicester, sometimes called the Codex Hammer, is a collection of Leonardo Da Vinci’s writings and theories. As the only and original copy, Bill Gates bought it for $30.8 million in 1994. Gates has lent it out to museums all over the world; it’s set to return to Italy for display in October 2018 ahead of the 200th anniversary of Da Vinci’s death.
Created by Alterna, the Alterna Ten Voss shampoo sells for $386. Allegedly it carries rare ingredients from all over the world.
The world’s most expensive marker, the Gold TRI, is worth over $10,000. And this makes sense considering that it is made of 18 karat white gold embedded with numerous precious stones like diamonds, citrine, amethyst, and peridots.
Manufactured by Uneek Fine Jewelry Collection and worth $1 million, this fishing lure will let you attract fish in style! It’s made out of 3 pounds of 14-karat, 1-karat gold, and platinum. It’s also encrusted with 100 carats of rubies and diamonds.
Any baseball aficionado would know this card. It’s the T206 Honus Wagner, and it’s worth almost $3 million. Of course, that’s far out of most people’s budgets!
Designed by Lucky Strike, these cigarettes won’t just kill your body, they’ll drain your wallet! It’s the packaging, however, that is actually worth anything. This cigarette box is made out of 18ct white gold, has 1 large ruby, 1 large diamond, and is valued at $100,000.
A Chinese Oolong tea known as “Tieguanyin” sells for $3,000 per kg. It has a chestnut flavor and can apparently be infused up to 7 times before losing flavor. It’s even named after the Buddhist Iron Goddess of Mercy.
Designed by Savile Row Tailor William Westmancott, this suit is known as the “Ultimate Bespoke” and is said to go for over $90,000. So, what’s so special about this suit? The entire suit is hand-stitched and takes over 400 hours to create. In order to get this suit for yourself or a loved one, you have to make an appointment with William Westmancott.
Named Artemis and Apollo after the Greek gods, these earrings are sold separately. The Apollo blue is worth more than $40 million, and the Artemis pink is worth $15 million. They are both cut in a pair shape and are over 14 carats each.
These days a USB stick would probably be considered a pretty meh gift…kind of like an advanced version of socks. That is, unless it’s the most expensive USB stick on Earth! Designed by White Lake, this diamond studded 14-carat golden flash drive goes for over $3,500!
Here’s one for your spoiled wine-loving friends…a $60,000 corkscrew. Handcrafted out of titanium and gold, the Sveid Corkscrew costs as much as a really nice car. For a bit more, you can get a name engraved on it or play with different color options for the box it comes in.
Life Mel honey claims to aid with the side effects of chemo and radiation treatments. The bees used to make the honey are fed a special nectar made from a premium selection of herbs and vitamins. Their claims have even been backed by a recent clinical study. Purchasing 113 gram jar from their website will cost almost $80. (Yes, $80 for a jar of honey!) However, you can get a double pack for the same price on Amazon.
Swiss based company Chopard recently debuted a $25 million watch that is studded with massive diamonds that weigh a total of 163 carats. There are 3 heart-shaped diamonds on the watch, too.
Designed by Guerlain, the KissKiss lipstick goes for $62,000. That’s some pricey lip color! Well…maybe it’s more the case than the color. The case is made of 18-carat gold and 199 diamonds. Luckily, it’s refillable and comes with its own black wooden case, a brush, and a suede pouch.
At over a quarter million dollars, the Ecosse Heretic Titanium is the priciest set of two wheels on the road! With titanium chassis and race exhaust with handcrafted details, the bike is quite beautiful. It also packs over 200 hp and 210 ft-lbs of torque.
Collectors items make good gifts. This collectors item fetched millions of dollars back when it was sold in 2012. Now it’s worth an estimated $775,000. The 1923 Leica O-series model was only 1 of only 12 that survive.
The Falcon Supernova iPhone 6 Pink Diamond takes using your mobile device to the next level. Why distract yourself from life with a normal iPhone when you can do so with a huge pink diamond encrusted on the back? It will only set you back $48.5 million. If you’re looking for a different color for your loved one, there’s also an orange diamond for $42.5 million and a Blue diamond for $32.5 million.
The $5 million Halcyon Dream Card, released by Halcyon, the famous charter jet tycoon, is also known as the Holiday Dream Card. You can probably guess why!
The Swiss company Patty Says Now made waves when it released the Diamond Flower mouse for $23,350. With 18k white gold casing and 59 diamonds, this computer mouse is a perfect gift for the person who has it all. It even comes with a 3-year warranty.
Who says only humans can receive expensive gifts? For $3.2 million, man’s best friend can strut around in a 18-carat white gold and crocodile leather collar studded with 1,600 hand-set diamonds. It even has a 7-carat centerpiece.
With only 500 produced, “Yu” by Mane costs $5,000 per bottle. “Yu” means “rain” in Chinese. The high price tag is due to the number sold and unique creation process.
As far as technical specifications are concerned, this Gameboy from Asprey isn’t anything special. It’s the gold and diamond casing that makes it worth $25,000!
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