Savor the success, creators.

It must be such an accomplishment to have your creation considered the most expensive in the world. That’s definitely true for the creators of the following items that made it to the world’s top 5 list.

Diamond fruit cake: This was created by a Japanese chef and sold for 1.65 million dollars. It took six months to visualize and design, and one more month after to finish producing it. It contains 223 real diamonds.                                                                                           Diamond-Fruitcake

$75 million cake: This was made by a British based designer and was purchased by an unnamed buyer in the UAE. It was a six-foot long depiction of a runway fashion show, with a weight of nearly 1,000 pounds.

Nightingale dress of Kuala Lumpur: The top in a list of 5 most expensive dresses, this dress costs $30 million. It is made of taffeta, satin, chiffon and silk and encrusted with a 70-carat pear shaped diamond along with 751 Swarovski crystals.                                                    100-million-dress1-tile2

DKNY Golden Delicious Million Dollar Perfume: A $1 Million perfume, the bottle is made of 14-carat yellow and white gold and is encrusted with 2,909 precious stones which are collected from different countries around the world – brilliant white diamonds, golden yellow sapphires, 4 rose cut diamonds, 15 brilliant vivid pink diamonds, oval cut ruby, pear-shaped rose cut diamond, turquoise Paraiba tourmaline which was brought from Brazil and a flawless vivid yellow canary diamond.                                     1perf

Harry Winston Ruby Slippers: These $3 million shoes were inspired by Dorothy’s shoes from Wizard of Oz. It had 4600 pieces of rubies and 50 carat worth of diamonds and was made to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the classic movie.

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via Daily Prompt: Savor

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