The billionaires spend their money on ridiculously expensive things which maybe looks nonsensical to the people but the lifestyle they wear and purchase expensive things that what makes them billionaire and their home is filled with some expensive art and luxury cars.
Some people have extravagant security which they pay a hefty sum to keep their things secure from any media or just a sign of extra high-class life as a symbol to their rich family, sometimes preposterous.
While there are many millionaires in the world – the extravagantly rich class of billionaires boils down to only around 2200. That’s 0.00003% of the world’s population. They are more than just one in a million – they are 1 in every 3.4 million.
Let’s look at expensive things purchased by people and their prices that will blow your mind!!
1. Graff Diamonds Hallucination watch – $55 million
Graff has crafted one among the foremost expensive things (watches) within the world, the striking Hallucination watch.
The diamonds are of the very highest quality and are available within the following colours – red, pink, violet, yellow, cognac, blue, and olive.
It comes with an unbelievable price tag of $55 million! Encrusted with multicoloured and rare diamonds, the Hallucination contains 110 carats worth of diamonds, which are painstakingly inserted, one by one, by master craftsmen to make this colourful and impressive masterpiece.
2. Crystal Piano, Heintzman – $3.2 million
It’s time ladies and gents. Behold the lion king of this list, the most expensive piano in the universe-the Heintzman Crystal Piano
It is a Heintzman & Co. piano – a manufacturer based in Canada. This transparent masterpiece is made up entirely of crystal.
This exquisitely-crafted instrument retired early after it’s only performance (but still one that surpasses all the performances we’ll ever perform in our lifetime) and was sold at auction to an anonymous bidder for a record-breaking sum of $3.22 million. That was back in 2008 at the Beijing Olympic Games.
3. Diamond Rose Limited Edition – $8 million
Say hello to the Diamond Rose limited edition, priced at staggering £5,000,000 ($7.99 million).
What do this new extra-sparkly and extra-costly 32GB smartphone include? Approximately 500 individual flawless, 100-carat diamonds around the sides, plus a rose gold Apple logo with 53 more diamonds.
The centre navigation button is made up of a single cut 7.4-carat pink diamond, which seems more fitting for an engagement ring rather than a smartphone. unbelievable!!
4. Antilla – $22 billion
Worth $22.3 billion, the richest man in India built this 400,000-square-foot home in Mumbai in 2012. Business tycoon Mukesh Ambani, his wife, and three children enjoy 27 floors of earthquake-proof luxury.
Named after a mythical Atlantic island, “Antilia” has a 168-car garage, spa, temple, two-story rec centre, 50-person theatre, three helipads, garden terraces, ballroom, and guest suites.
5. Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi: $450 million
n 2017, Saudi Prince Bader bin Abdullah bin Mohammed bin Farhan al-Saud bought the Salvator Mundi (Savior of the World) at a Christie’s auction, shocking everyone with his final bid of $450 million.
Computer scientists from the University of California, Irvine, have created a virtual copy of the world’s most expensive painting, the Salvator Mundi. And they are claiming that science can solve one of the greatest mysteries of one of the world’s most famous paintings.
Maya, A 3-D modelling and animation software, the team synthesized how the figure of Christ would have been viewed through orbs of varying materials.
6.The domain ‘CarInsurance.com’: $49.7 million
The tricky thing about domains: Most people don’t report sales publicly, and domain names come and go every day — to the tune of millions of dollars.
However, many big sales have been revealed over the years, including CarInsurance.com, explains GoDaddy. The domain sold for $49.7 million. However, the site we checked the value was in 2008, now the website value has gone down.
7. Neiman Marcus Limited Edition – $11 Million Motorcycle
Only 45 of the Neiman Marcus Limited Edition Fighter motorcycles exist. With a carbon-fibre frame and titanium features, this bike can hit 190 miles per hour.
As it turned out, Apple used the same approach for its new laptop case at the time. Many design experts agreed on this: This is the best style, where the utility of the vehicle is styled instead of the hidden space.
It first sold for $110,000 — not so pricy comparatively. However, enthusiasts love the unusual design and body, the latter carved from a single piece of metal.
8. Pasión Azteca, Platinum Liquor Bottle by Tequila Ley: $3.5 million
The strongest and most expensive tequila in the world, Раѕіоn Аztеса costs so much because its bottle is made of platinum and white gold and covered in nearly 6,500 diamonds. The tequila itself is a four-year-old Anejo.
9. Alberto Giacometti’s L’Homme au doigt sculpture: $141.3 million
In 2015, a private owner sold this six-foot-tall bronze statue to Steven A. Cohen, a hedge fund billionaire. “Cohen’s collection of modern and contemporary art is widely considered to be among the best in the world,” reports Art News.
Cast in bronze and standing whippet-thin at five feet ten inches, this dynamic and powerful figure is widely recognised as one of the most important and expensive things of the sculptural achievements of the Modern era, created by the greatest master of the medium.
10. History Supreme Yacht: $4.5 billion
Malaysia’s wealthiest person, Robert Knok, owns the History Supreme, a 100-foot-long yacht made of solid gold.
Designed by UK’s Stuart Hughes, the boat’s master bedroom has a wall made of meteorites and a statue made from the bones of a T-Rex.
The master suite is adorned with a 68 kg 24-carat gold Aquavista Panoramic Wall Aquarium and a liquor bottle featuring a rare 18.5-carat diamond.
11. Louis Vuitton Skateboard – $8,250
If you’re a skater you probably have no interest in a Louis Vuitton skateboard. But to be fair, anyone interested in a Louis Vuitton skateboard for over $8000 probably isn’t too interested in skateboarding either.
This is a great example of how being rich is all about being one of 3 possible owners of a weird designer collectable that isn’t intended for use.
12. Magnetic Floating Bed – $1.6 million
This magnetic bed floats a few feet above the ground, and it can support up to 2,000 pounds.
Ruijssenaars magnetic floating bed – $1.6 million expensive thing Ruijssenaars magnetic floating bed Ruijssenaars reportedly worked on the technology for this expensive bed for six years in collaboration with Bakker Magnetics.
Permanent opposing industrial-strength magnets allow the bed to float around 40cm off the floor
13. A Photograph Called Rhein II – $4.3 million
Rhein II is a photograph by German visual artist Andreas Gursky that was taken in 1999. In 2011, a print was auctioned for a staggering $4.3 million, making it the most expensive photograph ever sold.
Can you see anything out of this picture? Well, we tell artists to tell about this painting.
14. Diamond Panther Bracelet – $12.4 million
Cartier created this bracelet in Paris in 1952. The finely-sculpted body is pavé-set with brilliant- and single-cut diamonds and calibré-cut onyx. Each eye is carefully set with a marquise-shaped emerald. It is 195 mm long and wears as if it’s 165 mm long.
The piece of jewellery that started the romance between Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson, is the most expensive bracelet on this planet.
Woah exciting and Shocked!! This is how billionaires spend their money on expensive things.
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