Christie’s to auction these $1 million pair of diamond-studded ‘Beats Pro’ headphones


If you love bling and music alike, here’s an accessory piece that is perfect for you! Enveloping your ordinary music headset in a new wave of sparkle are the all new ‘Beats Pro’ headphones manufactured by none other than British luxury jeweler Graff. The shining receivers are believed to cost a whopping $1 million and were recently auctioned at the Magnificent jewels auction by Christie’s in New York.

Emblazoned with over 1,500 diamonds weighing over 120 carats and 28 rubies comprising 3.35 carats, the one-of-its-kind headsets are unlike anything that you have seen before. The unique receivers were apparently created for the performers of Super Bowl XLVI and have since then been worn by the likes of electronic duo LMFAO and celebrity singer Madonna. They were also sported by Grammy-winning American rapper Lil in 2012 after which they became viral on the internet.

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In addition to Graff’s’ Beats Pro headphones, Christie’s ‘Magnificent Jewels’ which took place on December 11 also boasted a selection of colored diamonds, colorless diamonds, and gemstones, alongside important signed pieces by the likes of Bulgari, Cartier and Tiffany & Co. on display. However, the show stealer for the evening was undoubtedly our glittering pair of diamond-encrusted ‘Beats Pro’ headphones! Well, music can’t shine any brighter than this and that’s for certain!

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[Via:Business-Standard]