1) Most expensive cocktail: $28,346.70 a pop
How would you like to be served a cocktail that is worth $28,346.70 or 15,250 British pounds? This cocktail was created by Harvey Nichols in Manchester, England, using a ½k pink tourmaline and diamond ring set in 18k white gold instead of an olive.
The senior bartender, Jay Malik, at a popular restaurant in Manchester, England was asked to think of an exotic drink to match their Pink Dinners month. This was his impressive idea and it came to be with the designer Harvey Nichols. A safe has been installed in the bar area to hold these rings and any customer that wishes to order one of these unique cocktails can choose from an array of rings with the most expensive one being around $50,187.60 or 27,000 British pounds which is for a 2k diamond engagement ring.
If you decide to order one of these expensive cocktails to ask for that special someone’s hand in marriage, do not be surprised if she thinks something is up when her cocktail arrives to the table with security guards.
2) Most expensive shoes: $1.628.789
Would you feel like a princess or what when you wear something worth 1m pounds? The most expensive shoes in the world were on sale at Harrods in London. After a photo-call for the press, the shoes were locked away in a bullet-proof case where they will be guarded round-the-clock. The shoes, inspired by the ruby slippers from The Wizard of Oz, were woven from platinum thread and set with 642 rubies. They were designed by Stuart Weitzman.
3) Most expensive nail polish: $55,000
How special could you feel by wearing sheer nail polish that has platinum dust in it? And how many people would be mad enough to do that? Many! The ‘I Do’ polish, the most expensive in the world, is a collaboration by Allure magazine, platinum supplier Johnson Matthey, PGI and Essie Cosmetics. The polish costs $250 per bottle. However, the first bottle was displayed in special bottle made with a platinum top and base that is valued at $55,000.
4) Most expensive perfume: $77, 367.40
At 47,500 pound sterling, it is the world's most expensive perfume. Indeed, the best things come in small packages. The fragrance, created by renowned British perfumer Arthur Burnham, is held in a 4 in bottle made with platinum, 24 carat gold, rubies and diamonds.
Encasing the bottle is a very special box constructed by Rolls-Royce coach builders, locked with a gold and jewel-studded key. Inspired by the Rolls-Royce Phantom Six, it is called Parfum VI. Who pays pounds 47,500 for a bottle of perfume? Michael Jackson has ordered two and Mike Tyson three. Only 173 are being made.
5) Most expensive pen: $265,000
Swiss company Caran d’Ache made ‘La Modernista Diamonds’ a pen that was sold in Harrods, London, for $265,000. Created in memory of architect Antonio Gaudi, the rhodium-coated solid silver pen has an 18-karat gold pen point and is pave-set with 5,072 diamonds and 96 half-cut rubies.