10 Most Expensive Things in the World


There are so many things that the world can offer to everyone but there are also few things that only a privilege few can enjoy.

Here are ten of the world’s most expensive things. Are these worth your hard-earned cash or do you think you should leave these things to the filthy rich?


Most Expensive Cocktail



Listed at a price of about $10,000, this female-friendly Diamond Martini is considered the most expensive cocktail in the world. It is made of the top-shelf gin, vermouth, a splash of ultimate luxury, and garnished with real diamonds. The price actually changes depending on the type and amount of diamond to place in the glass. You can order this cocktail in Algonquin Hotel’s Blue Bar in New York City.


Most Expensive Dessert



This Frozen Haute Chocolate is listed at $25,000. This luxurious dessert is available in Serendipity 3 Restaurant on East 60th Street, New York. It is served with different types of cocoas and milk and has five grams of 24-carat gold per serving. It also includes a gold bracelet and a gold spoon on the side.


Most Expensive Massage



Wearing diamonds is nothing as compared to having your whole body covered with 1.5-carat diamonds. Crushed diamonds are spread all over your body during this heavenly massage. A magnet will later be used to remove them. The benefits of the massage include anti-aging effects, deep detoxification, and protection against electromagnetic wave pollution. This massage is available for a whopping $100,000.


Most Expensive Handbag



At $1,900,000, this Hermes Birkin Handbag is even a better investment than real estate. It is more expensive than many real estates. Its luxurious price is likely due to the 2,000 diamonds used as embellishments.


Most Expensive Slippers



Prepare yourself to be amazed by these Ruby red slippers with 1,350 carats, 4,600 rubies, and 50 carats of diamonds. It is designed by American jeweler Harry Winston in celebration of the 50th year anniversary of The Wizard of Oz. It was produced in 1989 and was priced at approximately $3,000,000.


Most Expensive Dog Collars



Imagine being rich enough to buy a $3,200 dog collar. No fluff, no GPS, no special features – this dog collar is mostly made from platinum, 18-carat white gold and crocodile leather. It is also covered with over 1,600 handset diamonds with a 7-carat, D-IF (flawless) color-graded brilliant-shaped centerpiece. What a lucky dog you have to be to wear one like this!


Most Expensive Sports Car



Lamborghini Veneno (poison) has an excellent output horsepower of 750. It was designed for the 50th anniversary of Lamborghini. Interested persons may purchase this luxurious car for $4,500,000. Another amusing fact about this is that there are only four known to be available in existence worldwide.


Most Expensive Domain



Even names can be expensive! Domain name “VacationRentals” is listed to be the priciest website name you can buy at $35,000,000. There is no clear reason for that price except to stop Expedia from securing and using it. Will you invest on a virtual property that you can’t actually hold in the palm of your hands?


Most Expensive Pair of Men’s Footwear



On an America’s Got Talent finale, Nick Cannon wore perhaps the most expensive kicks in the room. Nick rocked a pair of Tom Ford diamond-encrusted shoes. It was made up of 14,000 full-cut, round white diamond set in white gold.


Most Expensive in Milligram Weight



An antimatter costs about $100,000,000,000 per milligram to produce. It is believed that an anti-matter is a very powerful source of energy for spacecraft. When anti-matter particles interact with matter particles, it will create energy. Engineers speculate that the use of anti-matters will be helpful in exploratory missions all around the universe.

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