There are many of those who think that champagne is only for special occasions. Luxury designer extraordinaire Philippe di Meo has teamed up with Champagne Louis Roederer to produce a limited edition Jeroboam design for the cuvee Cristal 2002 and it coast $26,000.
The distinctive bottle is transformed into even more luxurious that allows connoisseurs to participate in its design. Cristal’s distinctive clear glass bottle encased in a lattice of 24-carat gold provides the ultimate in luxury wine tasting. Each bottle takes four days to create by two master goldsmiths. The limited edition Jeroboam design for the cuvee Cristal 2002 is indeed a jewel in the real sense.
This champagne is their best, which is today as it has always been, the embodiment of elegance and purity. This Champagne is produced by strict criteria, based on a drastic process of selection of vintage, cru, villages, grape and wine at the end.
BVLGARI Blue Diamond, the largest triangular-shaped Fancy Vivid blue diamond
We told you that the Rare BVLGARI Blue Diamond – Two-stone Diamond Ring was going to be auctioned at the Christie’s New York auction and everyone was expecting it to sell at a high price. The ring had an estimate of over $12 million and brought in $15.7 million, making it the top jewel sold at auction in 2010. In just five minutes of bidding the ring reached this exorbitant priced and finally went to an Asian collector for $15,762,500, with premium.
The ring was designed by Rome’s legendary house of BVLGARI in the 1970s and is being sold by a collector who bought it nearly 40 years ago as a present for his wife after the birth of their first son. it features a triangular-shaped, colorless diamond of 9.87 carats matched with a triangular-shaped Fancy Vivid blue diamond of 10.95 carats which is the largest Fancy Vivid blue diamond of this cut ever to be offered at auction.