This Is How Riches Celebrate The Most Expensive Christmas Of The World

This Is How Riches Celebrate The Most Expensive Christmas Of The World
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What is the first thing most of us do when buying the Christmas gift? Set the price range! But, how will you spend your Christmas when money is never a factor? Let us know in the comment.

Meanwhile, here is a quick peek at the way the other half spend their Christmas in London. Inspired by Channel 4's The World's Most Expensive Food documentaries, we bring you some of the items that make up the festive season for the riches.

The price factor

The price factor

This is what makes us happy when we buy the Christmas gifts for our loved ones. Isn't that so?

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When money is not an issue!

When money is not an issue!

Will it be wonderful?

Mushroom-shaped USB stick

Mushroom-shaped USB stick
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Any guesses about the price of this USB? Almost £23,000. Yes, you read it right. Why? After all, it is encrusted with diamonds all over.

Edible gold leaf

Edible gold leaf
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Yes, the real gold! One of this expensive food item is actually tasteless.

Light-up octopus bracelet

Light-up octopus bracelet
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This one costs £450,000. Why? No idea!

Reindeer-themed tart

Reindeer-themed tart
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This is a simple reindeer themed tart. It becomes expensive when the nose is actually made with 7-carat Ruby.

Diamond-encrusted star tree topper

Diamond-encrusted star tree topper
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This tree decoration is still considered as one of the costliest in the market. Price: 'Just' £615,000.

Vintage Cristal champagne

Vintage Cristal champagne
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Pay 'only' £8,888, for the Christmas cocktail made from this posh champagne. Interested anyone?