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World's most expensive mobile costs one million dollars

This was the world's most expensive mobile phone (2007). The shimmering handset is encrusted with diamonds and is worth a staggering one million dollars. The pricey phone was on display at the Salon Top Marques exhibition in Monte Carlo, Monaco.

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Patek Philippe 5208. One of the most coveted and complex watches (as far as automatic movements go) on the planet and at over a million dollars it's a highly sought after art piece. Needless to say, they're extremely rare.

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from Mail Online

Flawless blue diamond, the most expensive gemstone in the world, sells at auction for £4m

Blue diamond ~ This is one of the rarest gems in the world - a 6.04 carat diamond that is fancy vivid blue color and has internally flawless clarity. The expensive stone was bought by a British jeweler for a record-breaking sum of almost £4 million at a Sotheby's auction in Hong Kong. The selling price makes it the most expensive gemstone in the world, per carat, sold at any auction. The flawless blue diamond fetched £650,000 per carat after intense bidding.

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The Croatian Made Rimac Electric Car - 1000+hp and 375 miles on a 1hour charge! #RePin by AT Social Media Marketing - Pinterest Marketing Specialists ATSocialMedia.co.uk

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from Metro

'World's biggest pearl' unearthed in Mongolia

Mongolia. The stone, (5 ft high, weighing six tons) formed mostly of fluorite mineral, glows green in the dark and in China is prized more highly than diamonds. The finders took three years to grind the raw gem down to its pearl shape. It has gone on show in Hainan, southern China, to attract buyers and have measurements taken for a world record bid. It is amazing and glows a blue green in the dark,'

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from Mail Online

Tom Hiddleston lands in LA to see Taylor Swift following MTV VMAs snub

Surprising snub: Taylor Swift failed to receive any MTV VMA nominations this year, despite usually ruling the roost at the awards

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from Mail Online

By Kristie Lau

"Shawish Jewellery, a company based in Geneva, unveiled what they have billed as ‘the world’s first diamond ring’. The 150-carat ring has been valued at around 70 million dollars and took one year to construct." It's...I just don't get diamonds. I can't tell the difference between real and fake. And it's just....a rock. Styled like something you'd get at Claire's for 2 dollars.

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