24 Most expensive things in the world

When we talk about Most expensive things, we sometimes wonder what those things could be and how do they look like. So here is the updated list of:

Most Expensive things

24. Feather of a Huia bird –

price- $10,000

Would you think that one single feather prices $10,000? It is not an ordinary feather but rare and hard to find. Huia birds are now extinct, so the feathers which were accumulated from these are very rare, and there’ll not be a way to get them once those that remain are all gone. According to the sources recent sale of a Huia, Bird Feather took place in an auction in New Zealand.

23. Chess Set: Charles Hollander –

price- $600,000

The maker has used 1168.75 grams of 14-carat white gold, and approximately 9900 black and white diamonds, bringing the total weight to 186.09 carats. It contains gold and platinum and also has diamonds, emeralds, rubies, pearls and sapphires. The king piece is made of 18-carat yellow gold and has a spiralling mid-section graced by 73 rubies and 146 diamonds.

22. Manhattan Parking Spot – (Most expensive things)

price- $1 million

How much money you can spend on parking space? Well, it varies from place to place.
People in Manhattan knows that even a single inch of ground space has a high price tag. The parking spot in downtown Manhattan was sold for $1 million, which is six times the average cost of an American home.

 

21. Magnetic Floating Bed –

price- $1.6 million

For the people who are looking for a bed which doesn’t touch the ground. Here is the floating bed. This is one of the coolest things in the list. It uses the technology that uses a magnetic system to keep bed float. Don’t worry about falling from the bed as it can carry up to 2,000 pounds.




20. Speakers: Transmission Audio Ultimate System – (Most expensive things)

price- $2 million

This ultimate music system has a price tag of $2 million. This music system comes with 12 individual speakers and has the most advanced audio reproduction technology.

19. Television: PrestigeHD Supreme Rose Edition –

price- $2.3 million

Designed by Stuart Hughes this beautiful piece of television is worlds most expensive television. Crafted with 28 kilograms of 18 carats rose gold. It is covered with 72 round cut 1ct diamonds. It also has Sunstone and Amethyst. The inner bezel of television is covered with hand-stitched alligator skin. This beautiful television costs $2.3 million.

18. Crystal Piano – $3.2 million

If you are a fan of Olympic games, then you must remember the crystal piano that was used in Olympic games in Beijing. This beautiful piano does not just look good, but it is also a playable musical instrument. This crystal piano was purchased for $3.2 million in an auction.

17. A Photograph Called Rhein II –

price- $4.3 million

Rhein II is a photograph taken in the year 1999 by German visual artist Andreas Gursky. It was sold for whopping $4.3 million in an auction. Which makes it the most expensive photograph.

16. Neiman Marcus Limited Edition Fighter – (Most expensive things)

price- $11 million

With only 45 bikes ever released in the market. This limited edition bike is completely street legal with a top speed of 190mph. It has 120ci 45-degree air-cooled V-Twin engine. This bike costs whooping $11 million.

15. “Dead Shark” Art Piece – (Most expensive things)

price- $12 million

This is an art piece which commonly called “Dead Shark”. It was created by English artist Damien Hirst in the year 1991. The actual title is “The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living.” It is a tiger shark preserved in a tank full of formaldehyde. It is owned by hedge fund manager who wants to remain anonymous.

14. Rolls-Royce Sweptail-

price- $13 million

It took four years to complete this luxury car. It was started in 2013 at the request of super-yacht and aircraft expert that had an exceptional idea in his mind. It is one of the costliest cars in the world.

13. Black Diamond iPhone 5 – (Most expensive things)

price-$15.3 million

Black Diamond iPhone 5 is the most expensive iPhone in the world. It is designed and crafted by Stuart Hughes, Stuart Hughes is well known for creating the most expensive phones. It is a regular iPhone which is covered in gold, gems and precious black diamond.




12. The Domain ‘Insure.com’ –

price- $16 million

There are lot domains on the internet. People buy and sell domain everyday.Insure.com is the most expensive domain ever sold according to the Guinness book of record. Which is sold at $16 million.

11. Ring: Chopard Blue Diamond – (Most expensive things)

price- $16.26 million

Blue diamond is among the most expensive diamonds in the world. Oval shaped blue diamond set in 18k white gold band paved with diamonds. This ring can make any other diamond ring look pity.

10. Watch Made from 201-Carat Gemstones – (Most expensive things)

price- $25 million

Time is the most precious thing but here iam talking about the most expensive wristwatch. This watch is worth $25 million. This most costly wristwatch have 201 carats of 874 diamonds in it, that makes it a masterpiece. Chopard watchmakers created it.

9. The Graff Pink Diamond –

price- $46 million

The Graff Pink Diamond is among the rarest diamond in the world. The British billionaire Laurence Graff purchased it in an auction for whopping $46 million.

8. Drawing: Raphael’s Head of a Muse

price- $47.9 million

Head of a Muse is a drawing by Raphael used as a study for one of his frescoes in the Vatican. It was sold at $47.9 million when it was auctioned in 150 years.

7. 1963 Ferrari GTO – ( Most expensive things)

price- $52 million

The most expensive car was made 55 years ago in 1963. The price 1963 Ferrari GTO is increasing by time. A car collector purchased this red beauty from the united kingdom for the amount of $35 million at an auction. After obtained by him the price has increased by 50% that makes it the most expensive car of all time.




6. Sculpture: L’Homme qui Marche (Walking Man)- ( Most expensive things)

price- $104.3 million

This sculpture is the most expensive piece of art ever sold in auction. The collector who bought it placed the value higher than the former titleholder “Pablo Picasso’s Boy with a Pipe” and made this sculpture the most expensive art piece.

5. The Card Players –

price- $275 million

The Card Players is an oil painting made by French artist Paul Cézanne. Royal Family of Qatar bought one version of the “The Card Players” series in 2011 for $275 million.

4. Villa Leopolda – ( Most expensive things)

price- $750 million

Villa Leopolda is located in Villefranche-sur-Mer on the french riviera. It is one of the most expensive houses in the world.
It was built in 1902 by King Leopold of Belgium and was name”Leopolda” after him.
It is Situated on the French Riviera and built on 29,000 square feet of interior space that opens to manicured lawns and a swimming pool. It also has 11 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms.

3.  Antilia –

price- $1-2 billion

Antilia is the most expensive residential house in the world. Located in Mumbai, India, This house owned by Mukesh Ambani, who is the richest man in India. It has three helipads and six floors dedicated to only parking. 600 people work to maintain the most expensive house in the world.

2. The History Supreme Yacht – ( Most expensive things)

price- $4.5 billion

A new boat may cost you around $2000 but what about worlds most expensive yacht?. “The History Supreme yacht” costs $4.5 billion. If you wonder what is so special about it. My dear friend this boat is crafted with solid Gold and Platinum. It also has some impressive statues in it which were made from genuine dinosaur bones. All these things make this yacht most expensive and unusual. Malaysian businessman Robert Kuok owns this beauty.

1. Antimatter – ( Most expensive things)

price- $62.5 trillion per gram

Antimatter is the most expensive substance on earth. Production of just one-milligram positrons costs $25 million. Isolated and stored anti-matter could be used as a fuel for spacecraft or in future. It is so expensive that there is no one in the world, who could afford to set up its manufacturing unit.

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