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Top 10 most ridiculously expensive luxury articles

We all dream of becoming so rich that we could buy anything, but there are some things that are incredibly expensive even if you make more than $100 million per year. However, there are people who actually buy them and designers and merchants are always coming up with new extravagant items that can make anyone with enough cash in his pockets feel unique.

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History Supreme yacht

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It seems that millionaires come with their own yachts, but what if you could own the most expensive luxury boat in the world? Measuring 98 feet in length, the History Supreme is covered with a whopping 220k pounds of pure platinum and gold and has a price tag of $4.5 billion. Yes, it’s not a typo. Brain child of famous Stuart Hughes, the boat comes with a liquor bottle made from diamonds, a statue made from dinosaur bone and accessories made from pieces of meteorite. The yacht was bought by a successful businessman from Malaysia.

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Veneno Roadster

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Fast cars have always been the delight of rich people all across the globe, and owning a limited edition Lamborghini is something you can really brag about. This special edition Veneno Roadster is worth $5.3 million and can reach a whopping 221 miles per hour. Only nine models have been built to celebrate the company’s 50th anniversary.

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Kees van der Westen Espresso Machine

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Only an insanely rich person would pay $20,000 for an espresso machine but the refined taste of the coffee is worth every penny, according to some people. The Kees van der Westen is every barista’s dream but at that price tag it will probably remain just a fantasy.

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Stuart Hughes Iphone

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Today a mobile phone is more of a fashion statement and the iPhone designed by Stuart Hughes, renowned jeweler, has a price tag of around $16 million. It is designed with 24 karat gold, sapphires and diamonds. If you’re not that rich but you still can afford to pay $78,000 for a phone, there’s a deluxe version from Gold Genies.

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3.2M Dog collar

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What’s a millionaire without his or hers pet and it seems the accessories for these friendly companions don’t come exactly cheap when you have made a fortune. From a $3.2 million dog collar designed by one of LA’s finest jewelers to a dog house with a spa and plasma TV at around $410,000 the possibilities are endless.

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Stuart Hughes PrestigeHD Supreme Rose Edition

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If you’re a millionaire you can’t watch your favorite show on a regular TV and famous designer Stuart Hughes knows this very well. The PrestigeHD Supreme Rose Edition is 55-inch TV set made from gold and encrusted with 72 diamonds. It even has an inner frame made from real alligator skin.

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Golden fishing lure

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What can be more peaceful than fishing from your own luxurious yacht in the world’s oceans? We’ll tell you – it’s having a lure made from gold and platinum that has over 12” in length and weighs over three pounds. Since it costs more than $1 million, it’s something you would want to secure tightly before waiting for that gold fish.

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The “Douche Burger”

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I’m sure an ordinary person, regardless of his or hers appetite, wouldn’t pay $666 for a patty. Named the “Douche Burger” it is made from Kobe beef and filled with foie gras, wrapped in gold foil and infused with champagne. Released as a joke, it managed to sell at least once.

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Glace Luxury Ice

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If you are enjoying a 50 year old brandy, you don’t want regular ice to chill it, are we right? Well, if you’re interested Glace Luxury Ice offers the purest ice ever at the price tag of 40 bucks for five pieces. Now this is something that could really make you feel like a king.

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A tampon holder an applicator

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This intimate fashion statement is not something you want to share with your friends, or is it? With a price tag of $1,000, the tampon holder an applicator from Andrew Mettler is shaped like a lipstick and is probably plated in gold. Clearly a “love it or hate it” kind of gift for any millionaire’s wife.

Top 10 most ridiculously expensive luxury articles

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