1. An old-school Game Boy
There are only a handful of diamonds on this retro Game Boy, but that’s enough for most people, right? By the way, the rest of the machine is made from 18K gold, making the price tag a whopping $25,000.
2. Cast of a human skull
This diamond-studded skull was created by artist Damien Hirst and is estimated to be worth $50-$100 million. The skull was cast from a the skull of a man who lived between 1720 and 1810.
This toilet was created by designer Jemal Wright. Because Wright used diamond-like Swarovski Crystals, it only costs $75,000 dollars.
Here’s Adriana Lima wearing a diamond-studded Victoria Secret bra worth $2 million. You’re welcome.
Prince Al-Waleed of Saudi Arabia commissioned a car covered in diamond Swarovski crystals for $48 million dollars.
This iPhone was created by Peter Aloisson. It contains 138 princess cut and 180 brilliant cut diamonds. Its estimated price is $168,264.
7. Business cards
Design company Black Astrum includes a carat’s worth of diamonds on their business cards. Each card costs $1500.
In 2010, Mexican police uncovered 31 gold or silver-plated guns, many of which were studded in diamonds, engraved with the name “Lobo Valencia.” Valencia is a well-known drug lord.
These shoes are solid gold and contain 30 carats of diamonds. They were for sale at the House of Borgezie in the UK for £140,000.
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