Angels Tears Diamond for $4,000


There seems to be no dearth whatsoever, of Diamond encrusted iPhones in the market. There seems to be one more addition to the opulent association of iPhones and diamonds, named as ‘Angels Tears’. The sensational name seems fitting for the iPhone 3G, taking into account that London based diamond jeweler De Vere’s founder Philip De Vere created the gadget in memory of his mother who died of ovarian cancer. Quite a few examples are being sold to raise money for the research and treatment of women’s cancer. The 16GB black backed 3G iPhones have 400 small brilliant cut diamonds set into the steel bezel surrounding the front screen. The bezel has one corner which have pink diamonds gradually fade to whites (mostly of F color and VS clarity) as they extend along the sides of the iPhone.

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On further usage of the phone, it may cross your mind, “Wish these dazzling diamonds could be better employed to fulfill my wife’s fetishes, so I don’t need shell out extra bucks for her heavy gem shopping spree!” Well, you are well heeded because the diamonds can be removed from the iPhone and set into custom made jewelry, if the owner wishes, instead of which a plain bezel could be fitted to the iPhone. Angels Tears Diamond iPhone retails for $4000 for a limited time at De Vere’s.
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