It’s time to remove the dust from the money piling in your bank account and honor the big day by getting home a diamond-encrusted Christmas tree for $1.8 million. Engulfed with 400 diamonds, it is the obvious choice obvious choice of the uber-rich gentry that generally looks for an excuse to spend outrageously.
Featured above is a pricey Christmas tree that is offered by Takashimaya department store chain in China. The designer creation is apparently a small tower of conserved roses with a teddy bear. Standing 40 centimeters tall, this tree is weaved out of 100 carats of diamonds gathered from southern Africa and Australia. The sprinkling diamond pieces on a tree resemble like morning dew on petals with a two-carat and three-carat pieces fascinating admirers with their gracious blaze.