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Saturday, 21 May 2011

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Peter Aloisson’s Kings iPhone

The King’s iPhone was designed by Australian jeweller Peter Aloisson and is adorned with a fabulous collection of solid 18-carat yellow gold, white gold and rose gold. A white gold line running around the edge of the phone is encrusted with a total of 138 brilliant cut diamonds, and the ‘home’ button is made from an extremely rare 6.6 carat diamond. At a whopping $2.5 million, it’s still one of the world’s most expensive iPhones.

Keeping with the regal theme, Aloisson also designed the Princess Plus iPhone, made of 18-carat white gold with a rhodium trim. The Princess Plus is encrusted with 138 princess-cut diamonds, as well as 180 brilliant cut diamonds, racking up a total of 318-320 diamonds. Unlike the Kings iPhone however, the price is about $176,400.

The Amosu Curva Diamond Blackberry

British designer Alexander Amosu has produced a sparkling, diamond-set blackberry made from 18-carat gold. With 4459 precious jewels set into the Blackberry Curve model, it’s the world’s first and most expensive diamond blackberry, retailing at $194,000. Only three of these extremely rare phones will ever be made, and are hand-delivered through Amosu’s free concierge service. And as if it needed to be any more unique, you can also request for the battery to be engraved with your name.

Amosu has recently released the Black Diamond Blackberry made from ultra-cool black gold. A sleek little sister to the Amosu Curva, it comes with a special UK number ending in the same six digits, and a crocodile case in a colour of your choice. Not quite as expensive as the Curva, the Black Diamond blackberry still racks up a whopping $26,000.

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And if you ever get bored of your beautiful diamond encrusted blackberry, Amosu’s goldsmith will use the gold and the stones to create a new phone or a bespoke piece of jewellery, making it the perfect investment piece.

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Bang & Olufsen Serenata Diamond Edition

Designed by Liverpudlian jeweller Stuart Hughes, this diamond and 24-carat gold cell is a limited edition piece. Ten of the phones are in existence in the entire world, and the bespoke blowers come with a luxurious hand finished wallet made from a real Ostrich foot. As well as having a slim and unique design, the wallet also fits in up to 4 credit cards, so you can keep all your most pricey possessions under close watch. With a retail price of around $72,000 it’s one of the cheaper ways to get your hands on some high quality bling.

Goldvish Le Million Piece Unique

The Goldvish Le Million was placed in the Guinness Book of Records as the world’s most expensive phone. Sold for $1.4 million, it was the first luxury cell phone to ever reach the million Euros mark. Made of 18-carat white gold and mounted with 1st grade diamonds, its part of a limited edition of 100 phones, first released back in 2006.

The Diamond Crypto Smartphone

Another creation by Peter Aloisson, the Ancort Diamond Crypto Smartphone comes in at $1.3 million - which includes a hand-made leather and platinum pouch. The phone itself is made from solid platinum and 18-carat rose gold, and is carbon coated with Makassar ebony and 7 layers of hand-polished polyester. The navigation key is once again a key feature on this phone, made of 18-carat gold and adorned with - you guessed it - 28 round-cut diamonds. The rest of the case is also a diamond-encrusted feast, with no less than eight natural blue diamonds embellishing the luxury cell.






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