Le Grand Queen is the most expensive bathtub for $1.7 million


Bathtubs when packed with luxury turn into little private paradises in our homes. Take this beautiful place to cleanse your body and your soul that showed up in Dubai for example. Carved from precious and healing stones, this bathtub by Kaijo uses stones with therapeutic abilities and is the first one of its kind sculpted into existence in the world today. Called Le Grand Queen, this tub drives inspiration from the knowledge held by the ancient Chinese, Arabs and Egyptians who long before realized the true value of therapeutic stones. And all this comes for a hefty price too; the Le Grand Queen sold for an astounding Dh6.4 million ($1.7 million), a price well paid for a luxurious bathing experience like none other.

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