Who don’t want to offer the best of the breed to their growing young ones? Apparently, there would be few who can’t afford to offer but have heart to do so. But those blessed parents who are hunting for unique offerings to invest their money into could ink better deals here. News is an antique gold-plated pram dating back to 1877, lately got sold for £6,000.
This “Converted Silver Cross Silver Shadow baby pram” bathed in gold worth £4,000 with elegant wheels was picked by an unnamed South African businessman while its display at Harrods.
This Silver Cross brand was restored by Graham Richardson and Alison Murfet and have generations grown up being kindly wheeled around in its baby carriages. Offering a perfect bling to rich kids, it features a leather hood spruced with ultra lavish ermine fur and blue satin lining on the inside along with a clockwork music box that sings nursery rhymes.
No one is sure whether the pram is picked for a baby or just as collector’s fad to update its wardrobe. For sure, one can expect next Beckham baby riding on one of these blingy accessory.