17 Of The Most Expensive Things In The World.

A pair of shoes worth 17 million US dollars are seen on display at Burj Al Arab during the launch presentation in Dubai on September 26, 2018. (AFP Photo)
Gold, silk and hundreds of diamonds: a Dubai-based shoemaker has debuted what it says is the world's most expensive pair of shoes with a whopping $17 million price tag.

$1.2 Million Toilet Paper Roll.

An Australian company that goes by the name Toilet Paper Man is actually selling the world’s most expensive roll of toilet paper for $1.2 million… yeah seriously. According to their website, the toilet paper comes in 24-carat gold and is 3ply.
$60,000 Bottle Of Water.

This particular bottle of water called Acqua di Cristallo “Tributo a Modigliani” fetched an incredible $60,000 at auction back in 2010.
$800 Beer.

Back in 2010, Australian brewing company, Nail Brewing, made 30 bottles of beer using Antarctic ice.
$250,000 Shirt.

Entrepreneur Datta Phuge of India decided to create this $250,000 shirt made of pure freaking GOLD
$2,300 Hot Dog.

Created by New York City’s 230-fifth, the world’s most expensive hot dog is 12-inches long, truffle-enriched, has marbled Wagyu beef, white truffle butter, saffron-infused ketchup, and some other fancy stuff.
$1.47 Million Pen.

$250 Popcorn.

Berco’s Popcorn holds the title for the world’s most expensive popcorn. These savoury bites are covered in gold flakes and go for about $250 a gallon.
$408,000 Sunglasses.

The Swiss luxury brand Chopard will sell you the world’s most expensive sunglasses for the low low price of $408,496. These sunglasses have 51 River diamonds and are made from 60 grams of 24-karat gold.
Henri IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac $2 Million.

The Henri IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac Grande Champagne, also known as the “DNA of all Cognac”, was first produced back in 1770’s where it’s aged in oak barrels for 100 years. The bottle is dipped in 24 K yellow gold and sterling platinum and decorated with 6,500 diamonds. Bottoms up!
$600 Coffee.

File this one in the bizarre category… These coffee beans, known as Kopi Luwak, have to be eaten and fully digested by a small Indonesian animal called a Civet. Apparently…. the enzymes in the stomach alter the chemical makeup of the beans making them extra tasty when the little guy craps them out (seriously not making this up). The coffee will run you $600 per pound or $50 per cup.
$1,188 Socks.

Oh yeah, you read that right, $1,188 for a pair of socks, but not just any socks… oh no! These are made of wool from the Vicuna, a relative of the llama, known for their fine wool.
$1,060 Cupcake.

The Golden Phoenix at Dubai’s Bloomsbury’s Cupcakes costs a ridiculous $1,062…. for just ONE. Made of edible gold and the finest chocolate in the world, this expensive little cupcake comes served on a covered Villari 24-carat gold empire cake stand.
$565,000 iPod Dock.

The AeroDream One, developed by Jean Michel Jarre is basically a glorified iPod dock that comes with a ladder, a five-channel amp and a power output of 10,000W.
$9.8 Million Chess Set.

This Royal Diamond chess set, made of gold and platinum, is valued at just under $10 million. It took 30 people to make and has diamonds, emeralds, pearls, rubies and sapphires. It’s also apart of the infamous Charles Hollander Collection, known for turning ordinary games into luxury items for collectors.
The stool.

This stool made of 110 pounds of pure gold can be found at a jewellery shop in Suzhou, east China’s Jiangsu province. So how much is a heavy golden stool worth? $1.3 million!
$100 Toothpaste.

If you want toothpaste with an extra dose of Rennou, it’s going to cost you a whopping $100. Theodent 300 Paste, which contains Rennou, is a proprietary combination of a chocolate extract with various minerals that help strengthen tooth enamel.
$30.8 Million Book.

If you thought college books were expensive, think again. The Codex Leicester was a book written by Leonardo da Vinci which contains various sketches and writings of his. Obviously, it’s big deal because Bill Gates paid $30.8 million for it back in 1994, which is about $48.4 million if you adjust it for inflation.