The Wonders of Diamond
Diamond Mobile phone
GoldVish is the creator of the Le Million, the world’s most expensive mobile phone. It’s a cellphone made from solid gold and studded with diamonds. Its value is approximately one million euros ($1.3 million) and is a limited edition product with only 3 of them available.
This diamond-studded Mercedes SL600 is valued at around $4.8 million. This diamond-studded, mink-furnished Mercedes SL600, was unveiled at a Dubai auto show to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Mercedes Benz SL550 in 2007. The car is the property of Saudi Prince (Amir) al Waleed bin Talal bin Abdul-Aziz, one of the top 10 richest people in the world according to Forbes. Prince Waleed has 50 cars in his collection.
Guess what it is? Yes ,it is iPod which is hard to believe. Thomas Heyerdahl created the aptly named iPod with the intention of combining the art of jewelry and technology to build the most expensive MP3 player available. He rebuilt the outer shell into solid gold and added 430 diamonds on the player and headset. Its value is approximately 31 thousand euros or US $42,000.
Swiss company Caran d'Ache made 'La Modernista Diamonds' a pen that was sold in Harrods, London, for $265,000. Created in memory of architect Antonio Gaudi, the rhodium-coated solid silver pen has an 18-karat gold pen point and is pave-set with 5,072 diamonds and 96 half-cut rubies.
Following the trend the Austrian designer and jeweller Peter Aloisson has rolled out the $176,400 Princess Plus iPhone and now its turn for the new Apple iPhone 3G “Kings Button” that is constructed of 18 carat yellow gold, white gold and rose gold. The white gold line is encrusted with a total of 138 brilliant cut diamonds of the best quality. But the most prominent feature of this one-of-a-kind phone is its home button that features a rare 6.6 carat diamond. This stunning diamond-encrusted iPhone comes for a whopping €1,790,000 (US $2,517,345). For the price, it steals the crown of the world’s most expensive iPhone.
The most expensive cake is the Diamond fruit Cake, costing $1.65 million. It is not only the most expensive cake in the world, I bet it is also the most expensive food in the world. Apart from the 223 diamonds, I guess what the ingredients might be, whatever it is it must be as rich and luscious as the diamonds. This is a masterpiece in Food Art and it will be exhibited in the seventeen diamond-related designs in an exhibit called “Diamonds: Nature’s Miracle.” The chef is wise enough, not to disclose the ingredients.
Diamond studded Pen drive
Launched under the limited edition ‘Adamant,’ it’s meant for those who run after the latest fad and have a sense of the extraordinary. The Adamant USB stick is studded with 3 diamonds, 0.15 carats each and Lapis Lazuli gemstone deposits. It comes in a yellow gold solid body with silk ribbon carbines closure. The outer covering with which it comes is equally exquisite. The box comes with a wonderful lacquer finish with one studded diamond. As for the utility, it has a storage capacity of 16 GB and weighs just 54 grams. Limited to only 50 pieces, the Adamant USB Stick costs a whopping $5,650.