Thursday, September 30, 2010

201-carat Chopard: $25 million

Expensive Watches
This very unique yet very expensive watch. The real part of watch is somewhere there in the middle. It’s surrounded by 201 carats.

This watch that also bracelet comes with a trio of heart-shaped diamonds: A 15-carat pink diamond, 12-carat blue diamond and an 11-carat white diamond, all of which open when a spring-loaded mechanism. More than 600 yellow diamonds are sprinkled alongside 91 or so colorless diamonds.
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Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Patek Phillipe’s Supercomplication: $11 million

Most Expensive Watches
This watch was sold in Sotheby’s auction for a little over $11 million. This is Patek Philippe’s supercomplicated creation that also worth super expensive price.

This watchmaker company finished this timepiece in 1932, after a four year long commission to create the watch for Henry Graves Jr. This yellow gold watch has two faces and 24 complications.
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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Most Expensive Cars To Buy For 2010

Most Expensive Cars
Leblanc Mirabeau - $765,000

You might be wondering, what the hell is this? Believe us when you say, we thought the same thing. If you’ve ever wanted to own a racing car that can be used on the road, the Leblanc is the perfect choice. It was designed for the 23 Hours of Le Mans race and it features a 4.7-liter V8 with 700 horsepower. It might not be as fast as the SSC, at only 230 mph, but that’s not too shabby.

Koenigsegg CCX - $1.1 million

The CCX features so many toys and gizmos that it would take 1,000 words to explain it all. Luckily for you, we’re not going to do that quite yet. To keep it simple, the CCX uses carbon ceramic brakes, a hydraulic lift system, navigation, rear-view camera, and a massive V8 that can help the car hit 245 mph. It has a six-speed transversal transmission and carbon wheels to keep things light.

Koenigsegg CCXR - $1.3 million

Is the normal CCX just not good enough? Do you have an extra $200,000 to blow? Well, the CCXR might be for you. What makes this car special is the fact that it can run on E85 and E100 biofuel, as well as 98 octane. On regular fuel, the motor will produce 806 horsepower, but on the bio stuff, you can get 1,018 horses out of the 4.7-liter twin-supercharged motor. Stomp on the accelerator and you can hit 60 mph in just 3.3 seconds and on to a top speed of 250 miles per hour.

Maybach Landaulet - $1.4 million

For the businessperson who has it all and just wants to show off, the new Maybach is something else. Under the long hood is a 604 horsepower V12 that can take the car to 155 mph. The roof can be opened fully at the rear of the car to give passengers a gorgeous view of the sky. The chairs are encased in white leather and there are curtains and reclined rear seats.

Lamborghini Reventon - $1.42 million

Something to note before we talk about the Lamborghini is that the V in the Reventon name is pronounced like a B. Anyway, the look of this car is just sensational. It has sharp lines, clean surfaces, and looks like a fighter jet. Only 20 will ever be made so act soon, or they might be gone.

Lamborghini Reventón Roadster - $1.56 million

The Roadster version features a C12 with 650 horsepower and the same great looks as the coupe. Underneath it all, the car is just a Murcielago LP640, but it’s the uniqueness that sets it apart. The exterior is made of CFC, a very lightweight carbon fiber material. There is also a G-force-meter to show much your spine can take while corning. This is the most expensive Lamborghini in the world.

Bugatti Veyron 16.4 - $1.67 million

The car that has set the bar in terms of performance machines will cost you as much as a Beverly Hills mansion. The Veyron has a W16 motor and was the fastest car in the world until the SSC came along. The Veyron took back the title with the Super Sports version this year. The thing that makes this car so special is the amount of luxury you get with it. Most supercars are hard and coarse, but this is soft and relaxing on normal roads.

Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster - $1.8 million

As we all know, this is the convertible version of the Cinque Coupe, which is a road legal version of the Zonda R. Like all Zonda models, it uses a Mercedes-Benz 678 horsepower V12. Flat out it can hit 62 mph in just 3.4 seconds. Stomp on the brakes and the car will slow down from 62 mph in just 2.1 seconds, moving every internal organ forward. Only five will be built.

Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport - $2 million

The Veyron Grand Sport is like the Veyron, but with two roofs. The first is an umbrella-like spare and the second is a solid tinted polycarbonate roof. It can hit 233 mph using its W16 motor and only 150 will be made. Some luxury features include daytime running lights, a rear-view camera, and custom horseshoe wheels. Oil billionaires, get your wallets out.

Koenigsegg Trevita - $2.21 million

The world’s most expensive car, the Trevita is based on the CCXR, but with a few touches to jack up the price. There is a new diamond-color carbon fiber body, a hydraulic lift system, a tire monitoring system, paddle shifters, and carbon fiber brakes. Only three will be made and each will feature a 1,018 horsepower motor. It will use the same twin-supercharged V8 from the CCXR.

One key thing to remember is that these are the most expensive cars in the world for sale in 2010. While the new Aston Martin One-77 might be in the middle of the pack, you can’t buy one yet. The Ferrari Enzo and Mercedes McLaren SLR 722 aren’t sold anymore. So, if you have tons of money and want a new car, take a look at a few of these machines.
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Monday, September 27, 2010

Patek Philippe’s Platinum World Time: $4 million


This watch was sold in auction in 2002. $4 million auction bid made Patek Philippe’s Platinum World Time become the most expensive watch in 2002.

This self winding watch displays all the 24 time zones and is famous for its readability, user friendliness and having separate and easily switchable night and day tones.
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Sunday, September 26, 2010

Cartier Santos 100XL: Stylish and Sleek


Take a look at this next bargain on a men's Cartier Santos 100XL wristwatch. This beauty goes up for auction at the end of the month in Dayton, New Jersey. It's made of 18k gold and stainless steel and is in absolutely great looking shape. This watch has a white dial with black enameled Roman numerals, luminous hands, a sweep second hand, black leather strap, and deployant clasp.

The watch is stamped with the serial no. Why spend thousands of dollars on some overpriced watch when you can purchase one from a government auction at a fraction of the price! Want to learn more about this and other exciting watch deals? All you have to do is click here to get more info- it's that easy!
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Friday, September 24, 2010

Patek Philippe Sky Moon Tourbillon: $1.3 million


Patek Philippe has its long history of outstanding contribution and revolutions (more than 60 patents under their flagship) toward the world of watchmaking, there is no doubt for the strong brand following among collectors for its timepieces.

In 2001, the company created a unique and very complicated wristwatch known as Sky Moon Tourbillon (ref. 5002).
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Friday, September 17, 2010

150 Carat Wedding Gown by Martin Katz and Renee Strauss

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Most women are looking for a good deal on their wedding gown, even if they’re looking at high-priced designer dresses. This extraordinary gown is not for most women. If you dreamed of wearing a dress fit for a princess on your big day, this might be the dress for you, but then again, this dress is more fit for an empress than a princess.

The gown, which was a collaboration between jeweler Martin Katz and designer Renee Strauss, is encrusted with 150 carats of sparkling white diamonds. It was unveiled at the Luxury Brands Lifestyle Bridal show and was the centerpiece of Dubai’s Fashion and Diamond Show 2006.

The world’s most expensive wedding dress retails for $12 million, but so far no one has snapped it up. Perhaps $12 million seems exorbitant even for the ultra-rich? You do only get to wear it once, after all.
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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Second Life’s Most Expensive Dress


In a world wherein imagination sets the limits, fashion can go beyond the extremes. Second Life has always nudged its users towards the path of immeasurable creativity. And this was exactly what Eshi Otawara did. Eshi publicly released a limited black version of her Fishhook Dress last December of 2007. It was the first in her original line of Eshi Otawara wearables in her Chambre du Chocolat shop. Unfortunately, a lot of fashion afficionados were disappointed when they found out that Eshi wasn’t going to sell any more of her dress after the two week period.But then last July 13, 2008, all were at buzz when Eshi placed her Fishhook Dress up for auction in the in-world Relay for Life fund raiser.

The auction attracted a lot of SL fashion icons who were the main men during the bidding war. Finally Kay Fairey and Clarabell Cazalet, two prominent Premiere Modeling Management models, won the bid at a whooping $L460, 000!The Fishhook dress has grabbed its place in Second Life’s history as the Most Expensive Dress. And undoubtedly, SL residents are recognizing Eshi Otawara as one of the most respected and notable fashion designers of all time.
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Friday, September 10, 2010

World's most expensive book up for sale

John James Audubon's seven-volume Birds Of America, which dates from the 19th century, will be sold alongside literary treasures like a copy of William Shakespeare's First Folio and a series of letters by Queen Elizabeth I. There are thought to be just over 100 copies of Audubon's huge book - which measures around 90 centimetres by 60 centimetres - still in existence and another sold for $US8.8 million ($A9.54 million) 10 years ago.

Before painting the birds, Audubon shot them and hung them on a wire.

All of the works belonged to a British book collector, Lord Frederick Hesketh, who died 55 years ago, although his collection is only now being sold off by the trustees of his will.

The whole collection could sell for up to STG10 million ($A16.7 million) in a sale at Sotheby's in London on December 7.

David Goldthorpe of the auction house said: "The sale offers the twin peaks of book collecting - the most expensive book in the world, Audubon's Birds of America and the most important book in all of English literature, Shakespeare's First Folio. "We are thrilled to be offering such a diverse and remarkable collection."
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Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Five Most Expensive Watches

They say that by looking at your wrist watch brand, people can evaluate you. Haven't you noticed those expensive wrists of business men or top professionals? Yes, the watch you wear on your wrist can really leave an impression about you.Here are some of the most expensive brands of watches to set your amazing impression.

Joaillerie 101 Manchette: This star watch named, 101 Manchette is from Jaeger-LeCoultre. This silver – coloured dial watch has a sapphire crystal and a winding crown on the case back. Another interesting fact about this piece is that it has 576 diamonds in it's making. This watch looks like a bracelet. Until now this watch's price is not known.

Tour de l’Ile: Only seven pieces of this watch has been produced in the world. The features of this watch is really stunning. This pink gold buckled watch has an 18 – carat silver gold dial with an alligator leather hand – made band. This watch provides features of both horological complications and astronomical indications. This can be yours if you can spend 1.5 millions Dollars.

Big Bang Chronograph: This watch named, Big Bang Boasts is from the famous watchmaker, Hublot in collaboration with a diamond – setting workshop, Bunter SA. This watch is made in such a way that original piece will vanish and only the diamonds are seen. This can be on your wrist, if you have 1.000.000 million Dollars.

Classical Billionaire Tourbillion: In the world only ten pieces of this watch is made. This amazing watch is from Corum and La Joux-Perret. The features that make this watch one of the most expensive watches are, it has 850 diamonds with a skeleton dial and a skeleton hour and minute hands. This watch also showcases Caliber CO – 372. This wrist watch can be bagged for, 998,000 Dollars.

Tecnica Skeleton Chronograph: This watch is from the designer Parmigiani Fleurier. It's case is made out of platinum. It also have chronograph, minute repeater, cathedral chime and tourbillio. You can buy this wrist watch for 850,000 Dollars.
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Monday, September 6, 2010

World’s Most Expensive Pacifier


The most expensive pacifier in the world can be purchased for $17,000 and can even be customized with colored diamonds and engraved with bubby’s name or initial, birth date or birth weight.

While the Diamond Pacifier isn’t recommended for actual use, this gift is one that lets any baby know how precious they really are to those who love them. Alternatively, you can buy a latex pacifier with your baby’s name printed on it for US$7 a pop
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Sunday, September 5, 2010

Most Expensive Diamond Necklaces

Diamonds are known as a woman’s best friend. The best gift that you can give a woman could be diamond jewellery. It’s very known that diamonds are expensive. Also this beautiful stone is used in different occasions like engagement, marriage, anniversary etc. I would put down here some of the most expensive and beautiful diamond necklaces in the world.


Garrard’s Heart of the Kingdom ruby: This stunning diamond necklace has bagged the top position of being the most expensive one. This necklace has a 40.63-carat, heart-shaped Burmese ruby surrounded by 155 carats of diamonds. And this can be on your neck if you have 14 million Dollars.

Neil Lane’s Diamond Necklace: This lovely diamond necklace is made by setting diamonds on platinum and the six cords that make the necklace. This beautiful necklace has 140 carat diamonds in its making. It features three different cuts—pear, cushion and teardrop. You can have this to your ownership, if you have 4 million Dollars.

The De Beers’ Marie-Antionette Necklace: This marvellous diamond necklace has 181 carats of mixed cut diamonds in its making. This stunning star studded necklace has 1.84 carat pink diamonds on its first string. On the second and third string it has yellow diamonds of 5.24 and 7.06 carrats. The fourth string has 8.05 pear shaped white diamond hanging which adds to its beauty. This can be all yours, if you can spend 3.7 million Dollars.

H. Stern’s Venus Necklace: Even the hook of this amazing 11- diamond carat necklace features 14 – point diamond star. This simple and elegant necklace showcases a number of cushion, square and pear-cut diamonds set in 18k noble gold. This can be in your jewellery case if you have 3.17 million Dollars.
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