Patek Philippe’s Platinum World Time over $US 4 Million Queen Victoria possessed one in 1851. Other notable customers include Pope Pius IX, a king and queen of Denmark, an Italian king and Saddam Hussein’s son-in- law.
The Chopard Blue Diamond Ring valued at US$ 16.26 Million The Most Expensive Ring
Berluti shoes which fetch a mere $1,830 The Most Expensive Pair of Shoes
Sarah Lawrence College, USA. US$ 53,166,000 Most Expensive College
Balenciaga two-tone long wallet – $645 The Most Expensive Women’s Wallet
Renna USA Zip Around Wallet – $675 The Most Expensive Man’s Wallet
Most Expensive City in the World 1 – Oslo, Norway 2 – New York, USA 3 – Tokyo 4 – Sydney, Australia
London’s West End remains the world’s most expensive office location Most Expensive Office Location
Most Expensive Shopping Streets 5th Avenue, New York, USA Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Avenue des Champs Elysées, Paris, France New Bond Street, London, UK Ginza, Tokyo, Japan
A One Hyde Park, London. The four Penthouses atop the building developed by Candy and Candy and funded by Qatari Foreign Minister. The building will cost US$ 3 Billion. Most Expensive Apartment
Mr. Knipschildt’s chocolate “Le Madeleine” is the world’s most expensive chocolate ever sold. The price tag is US$ 2,600 per pound. Le Madeleine must be ordered in advance and each chocolate comes with a personally signed card explaining how it was made and a unique serial number.
Gucci 30cts. diamond belt $249,000 30 carats of diamonds placed along the upright G.
Most Expensive Shirt US$ 45,000 Swedish shirt-making company Eton, celebrating their 80th birthday, created this shirt out of the finest Egyptian cotton.
Stuart Weitzman Ruby Slippers US$ 1.2 Million Stuart Weitzman Cinderella Slippers US$ 2 Million Stuart Weitzman Evening Shoes US$ 2 Million The Most Expensive Women’s Sandals
Aurora’s Diamante US$ 1.28 Million The Most Expensive Pen
World’s Most Expensive Candle “Ultimate Luxury Candle,” US$ 5,000