There's so many luxurious stuff released this year, each of these luxurious stuff was covered with either a gold, diamond or even a swarovski crystal. These luxury stuff was ranging from a fashion items, jewelry, gadget, accessories and also vehicle, all of them was priced more than one million dollar. All of these stuff below would fit your million dollar lifestyle. here's top 10 of the Million dollar stuff and the Most Luxurious Stuff today.
Apple iPhone 3G Kings Button Worth for $2.5 million
This 32GB iPhone 3G by Stuart Hughes was made of solid 18 carat yellow gold, white gold and rose gold with the white gold line encrusted with a total of 138 brilliant cut diamonds. The iPhone 3G King’s Button replaces the iPhone’s standard plastic home button with a rare 6.6 carat diamond.
iPad 2 Golden History Edition Worth for $8 million
Here's the summary of the material of this Gold History Edition iPad 2 by Stuart Hughes. 16K Diamonds, 8,5K Single diamonds, 2kg of 24k Gold and 57Grams of 65Million Years old T-rex bone and 75 Million years old Ammolite the rarest gemstone on earth
Gold Covered Tata Nano Worth for $4,6 Million
This car was covered with 80 Kilogram of 22 Carat Gold, 15 Kilogram of Silver and and 10,000 precious and semi precious stones like pearls, emeralds or rubies.
Ginza Tanaka Handbag Worth for $1,6 Million
The platinum handbag made by Japanese Jewerly Designer Ginza Tanaka is studded with 2,182 diamonds totaling 208 carats, The strap on this handbag can be taken off and worn as necklace or bracelet. It also features an eight carat pear-shaped diamond that can be worn separately as a brooch
Aurora Diamante Worth for $1,3 Million
The pen is made from super luxurious platinum solid material which is decorated by more than 30 carats of diamonds De Beers. light reflected sensation by the diamond on his 'body' makes users look more elegant and classy
Diamond Cone Worth for $1 Million
This Diamond cone by Bruster’s Real Ice Cream consists of 20 troy ounces of white and yellow gold at 18 carats and 548 pieces of diamond-shaped Lazare circle. this luxury ice cream cones equipped with 87 pieces of diamond emerald cut Lazare and a Fancy Intense Yellow diamond of 5.63 carats
Harry Winston's Ruby Slipper Worth for $3 Million
The slippers include 4,600 rubies totaling 1,350 carats (as well as 50 carats of diamonds) which took craftsman Javiar Barerra two months to set. Made in 1989, the world’s most expensive shoes were still on sale in 2000.
Bugatti Veyron Supersports Worth for $2,4 Million
This is by far the most expensive street legal car available on the market today (the base Veyron costs $1,700,000). It is the fastest accelerating car reaching 0-60 in 2.5 seconds. It is also the fastest street legal car when tested again on July 10, 2010 with the 2010 Super Sport Version reaching a top speed of 267 mph
Wallis Simpson onyx and diamond panther bracelet Worth for $7 million
This bracelet is not just a piece of expensive jewelry–it’s a piece of history. Part of a collection owned by Wallis Simpson and King Edward VIII of England, it became the most expensive bracelet in the world when that collection was auctioned in 2010. Simpson, an American socialite, became the center of a royal scandal when the king abdicated the throne in order to marry her. His reign had lasted less than a month and he was succeeded by his younger brother, King George VI. The newly crowned king granted Edward the title of Duke of Windsor and Wallis, upon her marriage to the former king, became Duchess of Windsor (although she was not to be addressed as Her Royal Highness).
Super-complication Watch by Patek Philippe Worth for $11 Million
this Patek Philippe watch came to known for its super complicated functions and working mechanism, including the 24 separate complications. The timepiece was created on order of Mr. Henry Graves Jr., who wished to outdo his competitor for owning the most complicated watch known. The watch has been created with 24 carat yellow gold, has a 74 mm thick diameter, 36 mm glass cover and 2 faces which display the 24 complications of the timepiece
Asia Fender Stratocaster Guitar Worth for $2,7 Million
This guitar sold at auction in Qatar in 2005 to raise funds for reach Asia, a charity formed to help the victims of the tsunami. Coordinated by Bryan Adams, was signed by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Eric Clapton, Brian May, Jimmy Page, David Gilmour, Jeff Beck, Pete Townsend, Mark Knopfler, Ray Davis, Liam Gallagher, Tony Iommi, Ronnie Wood, Angus & Malcolm Young, Paul McCartney, Sting, Ritchie Blackmore, Def Leppard and Bryan Adams, himself. Originally taken by Qatari royal family for $ 1 million and later donated to charity, after being sold again at a price of $ 2.7 million, which means that the guitar gave a total of 3.7 million dollars for charity.
Olympic Australis Opal Queen of all Gemstones Worth for $2 Million
Olympic Australis was the world's most valuable gem opal. The gemstone is also the world's largest with a weight of 17,000 carats (3450 grams) a length of 11 inches (280 mm), a height of 4¾ inches (120 mm) and a width of 4½ inches (115 mm). Yet what truly made Olympic Australis extraordinary was its 99% real gem opal of even color, with only 1% soil adhered to it. Opal was also known as the Most Valuable Gemstone and the Queen of All Gemstones.
Roadrunner Supercomputer Worth for $133 Million
Road Runner is the first ever super computer to solve a top speed of 1 petaflop, 1,000,000,000,000,000 calculations per second. Roadrunner located on Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico. Road Runner is widely used for the purposes of the Federal Government finances. Roadrunner is the most expensive computer in the world.