World’s Most Expensive Stuff: Would You Buy Them If You Were a Millionaire?

Charles Hollander Chess Set, $600,000: The set is made of 320 carats of black and white diamonds.  But did you know that only seven sets have ever been created.

Le Burger Extravagant, $295: This very expensive burger is at Serendipity (NY).  Why the price tag? The burger is held together by a diamond-encrusted and solid gold toothpick.

1962 Ferrari 250 GTO, $35 million: It was not long ago when this car became the priciest of all when it was sold to a wealthy private collector in the UK.

Susse Freres daguerreotype camera, $775,000: This amazing camera was sold at an auction back in 2007. Experts believed that it is the oldest of all commercially-made cameras in the world.

Tokyo, $1,200 per square meter: Business real estate at an extreme price! Similar contenders for such price tags are Paris and London.  Three of the worlds most expensive cities are in Japan.

Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President Wilson in Geneva Hotel Room, $65,000/night:   The hotel has seven bathrooms and 10 rooms, so it comes as no surprise why accommodation in this hotel is most expensive.

PrestigeHD Supreme Rose Edition TV, $2.3 million: It is wrapped in hand sewn alligator skin and inlaid with diamonds. So whether on or off, this TV set would really be a pleasure to view.

Heintzman Crystal Piano, $3.22 million: The piano is made in Beijing, China. It is a 9-foot work of art that was bought at an auction.

Gurkha Black Dragon Cigar, $1,150 each: The cigar was introduced in 2006 from Honduras. They arrive on your doorstep enclosed in a chest which is made from camel bone. However, only five chest were produced.

Dodge Tomahawk V10 Superbike Motorcycle, $700,000:  It has a top speed over 300 mph.  The 4-wheeled monster weighing 1, 500 lbs can go from zero to 60 in only 2.5 seconds.

Haute Joaillerie from Chopard Watch, $25 million:  It is a diamond studded watch that looks like a glittery mess at first glance. Turns out, it is actually very useful for telling the time. However, its high price tag might just remain a fancy for the most of us.

Heidsieck Monopole 1907 Champagne, $25,000: 2000 bottles of this champagne were discovered by a search party when they discovered a century old shipwreck.

Transmission Audio Ultimate System Speakers, $2 million: The speakers weigh in at more than five tons.  Why so heavy? They were created out of aircraft aluminum and are huge at 40 feet.

Number 5, 1948 Painting, $140 million: If you’re someone who appreciates art and does not care about spending a huge amount of money, then this controversial painting by Jackson Pollock maybe the one for you.

Antillia Mumbai House, $2 billion: Did you know that there are 600 fulltime staff in this house? The house is named after Antillia a mystical Atlantic Island. It is located in downtown Mumbai.

Rhein II Picture, $4 million: This picture of the Rhine River (Germany) depicts the river, which is known for its green and grey.  It is the most expensive photograph ever sold.

L’Homme qui marche (Walking Man) Sculpture, $104.3 million: It is one of the most expensive art piece ever sold at auction. It just edged out the previous title holder for this category, which was the Boy with a Pipe by Pablo Picasso.

Chopard Blue Diamond Ring, $16.26 million:  Set with an oval shaped blue diamond, it is the worlds most expensive ring.  It is also the largest flawless blue diamond in the world.

History Supreme Yacht, $4.8 billion: This yacht could be yours at almost $5 million. The yacht is made with more than 1,000 kilograms of gold and is adorned with crazy things things like miniature meteorites and T-Rex bones.

Extinct Huia Bird Feather, $8,000: Sold at an auction in New Zealand, this one feather went for almost a 5-figure price-tag.

Spin Jean by Damien Hirst Jeans, $27,000:  This colorful mess was only available in eight pairs.  Any hipster with that kind of money would love to get their legs in a pair!.

iPhone 3GS Supreme Rose by Stuart Hughes Cellphone, $2.97 million: Owning this pricey gadget might really make it hard to find your phone if you ever lost it, especially if you’re in a crowded place.

Manhattan Parking Spot, $1 million: The expensive parking spot is at 66 E 11th Street, Manhattan. It costs almost 6 times the national price of a home for a small family.

Raphael’s Head of a Muse Drawing, $47.9 million: Even if the estimated price for this drawing was only $20 million, it sold for more than twice that at Christie’s London auction.