Christmas Tree with diamonds for $1.8 million in Japan

This Christmas do something different. Like spending a cool $1.8 million (¥200.7 million) just on a Christmas tree! If you are in Japan then you can actually buy this EXPENSIVE small tower of preserved roses with a teddy bear. Selling at Japan’s Takashimaya department store chain, the tree, which stands 40 centimeters high, features about 100 carats of diamonds from southern Africa and Australia. Based on a design by Parisian flower boutique Claude Quinquaud, the smaller diamond pieces sparkle charmingly like morning dew on petals, while two-carat and three-carat pieces mesmerize admirers with their noble glow. More images after the jump……

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You can also look up for bracelets, earrings, and butterfly pins as well as a necklace on the teddy bear.