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Video: Is This The Most Expensive Christmas Tree In The World?
2023 Author: Hannah Pearcy | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-24 11:12
The most extravagant Christmas tree in the world made it into the Guinness Book in 2010. The approximately 13 m tall tree stood in the Emirates Palace Hotel in Abu Dhabi and was estimated at approximately $ 11 million. It is questionable whether the tree that has been in the Kempinski Hotel Bahia Estepona near Marbella since November 30, 2019 has made an entry in the Book of World Records, because a Guinness World Records representative has not yet been available.
In recent weeks, however, more and more details about the 14 million fir tree have been revealed. Perhaps the most extravagant piece of jewelry has been uncovered by the New York Post: a 5.5 million dollar red oval diamond.
There is also a 3-carat pink diamond jewelry worth $ 2.6 million; nine 3-carat black diamond jewelry worth $ 590,000; as well as fake 1 million and 100,000 dollar bills embossed with 24-carat gold that is said to be worth $ 1.3 million. The legendary Christmas tree at Rockefelder Center in New York is worth around $ 74,000 in comparison to Forbes.
Designer inspired by green peacock feathers
The tree was decorated by British star designer Debbie Wingham. For example, the designer made the most expensive wedding cake in the world for a Dubai customer worth $ 75 million in 2015, as well as a pair of gold high heels encrusted with pink and blue diamonds worth $ 17 million last year. They were considered the most expensive shoes in the world.
Inspired by the green feathers of a peacock and the modernist Art Deco era, the tree offers martini glasses, feathers, perfume bottles and even 3D-printed chocolate peacocks, but does not dispense with classic decorations such as snowflakes, fairies, nutcrackers and beautifully decorated Balls, some of which have been mixed with diamond dust and 24 carat gold, emu and ostrich eggs. And last but not least, there are also handmade decorations with diamonds and gemstones from luxury jewelers and fashion houses such as Bvulgari, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels and Chanel.