We’ve discussed how to save money numerous times. Why not see how to spend it for a change?
Luxury things you may want to have are numerous. But what about those you never want or need?
Here are most expensive things you would buy only if you had already bought everything else in the world.
Most Expensive Dog Collar: Amour Amour
Amour Amour dog collar from I Love Dogs Diamonds.
Price: ~$1.8 million
Luxury details: crocodile leather, platinum and 52 carats of hand-set diamonds, including 1600 diamonds with a seven-carat, brilliant cut center diamond. At $3.2 million each, only
Why you don’t need it: OK, this thing does look luxurious. But it will never make your pet happy! Why bother?
Most Expensive Dog Bed
Price: ~$1,400 (via pid.se)
Luxury details: 10mm thick acrylic and furnished with luxury faux suede cushions. The dog bed pillow is filled with shredded ‘memory foam’ incorporating a wealth of innovations.
Why you don’t need it: if one wanted to spend that much money on the dog bed, why not buy a real bad for it? And this one even doesn’t look like a luxury item!
Most Expensive Piece of Art: Diamond Skull
Price: $98,000,000 (image source)
Luxury details: 2156 grams of platinum in 32 individual plates, welded together by lasers. The skull is covered inside and out in 8,601 sparkling diamonds and has a main stone that is a 52-carat pear-shaped diamond fixed upon its forehead, this stone is further bordered with 14 additional diamonds.
Why you don’t need it: luxury skull? Seriously?
Most Expensive Cell Phone: “LeMillion”
Price: $1.200, 000
Luxury details: 18 carat white gold and 120 carat diamonds. And that isn’t the only thing why this phone price is 1.2 millions USD!!! Others characteristics are not special at all. Mp3, bluetooth, digital camera… You can buy normal phone with these characteristics for 300 USD.
Why you don’t need it: too much money for a phone that looks like a lighter.
Most Expensive Cupcake
Luxury details: festooned with eight ideal cut round brilliant diamonds around its circumference and a two carat Asscher cut diamond in the center (via luxuo.com)
Why you don’t need it: what happens after you eat the cake?
Most Expensive Bikini
Price: $30, 000, 000 (image source)
Luxury details: no fabric, only diamonds. This bikini contains over 150 carats of D Flawless diamonds, including a a 30 carat D Flawless Emerald Cut, 51 carat D Flawless Pear Shape, a pair of 15 carat D Flawless Rounds and a pair of 8 carat D Flawless Pear Shapes all set in platinum.
Why you don’t need it: I can’t even imagine how awfully uncomfortable to wear this thing is.
Most Expensive Handbag
Price: ~$1, 400, 000
Luxury details: made out of platinum and set with over 2,000 diamonds – totalling 208 carats;
Why you don’t need it: if you have that much money, why would you need such a little purse? 😉
Most Expensive Watch: Chopard Watch
Luxury details: Three heart-shaped diamonds, a 15 carat pink diamond, a 12 carat blue diamond and an 11 carat white diamond. 163 carats of white and yellow diamonds bring the total of 201 carats of diamonds.
Why you don’t need it: it looks like it is not that easy to tell the time using this watch
Most Expensive Saucepan: Fissler Pan
Luxury details: solid gold handles studded with 200 diamonds. The gold alone weighs two pounds.
Why you don’t need it: if you are so rich, why care about the kitchen at all?
Most Expensive Saxophone
Luxury details: embellished with 10 two-carat diamonds and 2.82 ounces of gold plating.
Why you don’t need it: can you play saxophone anyway?
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