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World's Most Expensive Painting

This painting, “No. 5”, 1948 by Jackson Pollock was reportedly sold for $150,000,000, after the inflation adjustment, to David Martinez, the managing partner of Fintech Advisory Ltd, in a private sale by David Geffen, founder of Geffen Records and co-founder of Dreamworks SKG. The sale was, however, never confirmed by either party. Also note that this is the most expensive painting sold and that the Mona Lisa is still the most expensive in terms of insurance (at over half a billion dollars).


World's Most Expensive Piece of Modern Art


This diamond encrusted pure platinum skull (2156 grams of platinum in 32 individual plates, welded together by lasers) was created by Damien Hurst. Costing $98,000,000 to make, this extraordinary piece of art, entitled, “For the Love of God”. The skull is covered inside and out in 8,601 sparkling diamonds and has a main stone that is a 52-carat pear-shaped diamond fixed upon its forehead, this stone is further bordered with 14 additional diamonds. The creation of the piece took 18 months of work by Bentley & Skinner and it is the largest diamond piece commissioned since the Crown Jewels. A real skull was used as the form for this contemporary piece of art.


World's Most Expensive Bikini


This $30 million bikini was been created by Susan Rosen with Steinmetz Diamonds. No fabric was used; it is made purely of set diamonds. Very beautiful isn't it? This model was posing for the 2006 centerfold of Sports Illustrated.


World's Most Expensive License Plate


This license plate, “Number 1” was sold to Saeed Abdul Ghafour Khouri, a business man, for 14.3 million dollars. He purchased this plate at an auction in the world-famous the 7-star Emirates Palace Hotel in Abu Dhabi, making it the world's most expensive license plate.


World's Most Expensive Mobile Phone



This phone, created by GoldVish, was correctly named “Le Million”. Costing a pricy 1.2 million this phone is made of 18-carat white gold and mounted with 120-carats of extremely fine diamonds. If you had a million dollars… would you spend it all on a phone?



World's Most Expensive Mushroom



This is a 1.5 kilogram truffle, found 2.5 feet underground in Italy, which sold at a charity auction for $216,000. It is the biggest white truffle ever found. Its predecessor was a 750 gram truffle which sold for $210,000. This expensive delicacy may be eaten raw or as an additive in dishes ranging from soups to steaks.


World's Most Expensive Bottle of Perfume


This is a 500 ml bottle of the Imperial Majesty version of a fragrance called No. 1. The price of these 500 ml is $215,000 the bottle itself is Baccarat crystal, with an 18 carat gold ring around the rim, with a 5-carat diamond inset in it. This is a very unique perfume seeing as only 10 bottles of it have been made and they are delivered to their extravagant purchasers in a signature Bentley automobile. Cheaper versions of this perfume are available in smaller amounts, with less exotic ingredients, and in lesser concentrated versions.


World's Most Expensive Dessert


This is a picture of a $25,000 dessert named “Frrozen Haute Chocolate” served at a restaurant called Serendipity 3 in New York City. This dessert is made of 28 types of cocoa, including 14 of the most expensive and exotic types flown in from around the world, milk, five grams of 24 carat gold, whipped cream, and shaved truffle pieces of La Madeline au Truffle from Knipschildt Chocolatier (valued $2,600 a pound). It is served in a diamond goblet laced with additional edible gold, and over a carat of diamonds. A golden spoon with encrusted diamonds is given to eat with. Both of these dining utensils are for the hungry, and wealthy, consumer to keep as the world's most expensive souvenirs of the experience. Recently this restaurant was shut down because of many failed health inspections including an inspector who claimed to have found a live mouse, mouse droppings, flies, and over 100 live cockroaches within it.

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