Stuart Hughes Designs the World’s Most Expensive TVs

PrestigeHD-Supreme-Rose-Edition

Stuart Hughes is a specialist when it comes to creating the most expensive things on Earth. After the world’s most expensive iPhone, the British designer strikes again, with the most expensive TV sets in the world.

Designed by Hughes, powered by Metz and manufactured by PrestigeHD they literally carry pounds of precious stones, gold and alligator skin. The world’s most expensive television, the PrestigeHD Supreme Rose Edition, costs 1.5 million pounds ($2,250,000), and is decorated with 28 kilograms of solid 18 carat rose gold, 72 brilliant round cut 1 carat flawless diamonds, Sunstone and Amethyst. The outer frame of the television is hand-sewn with alligator skin.


The second, more affordable television set costs “only” 1 million pounds ($1,500,000), because it uses a smaller amount of gold and precious stones. 19 kilograms of 22 carat gold and 48 round cut 0.75ct flawless diamonds, Aventurine and Topaz decorate the PrestigeHD Supreme Edition. It too features hand-sewn alligator skin, only this time, on the outer frame.

PrestigeHD-Supreme-Edition

via LuxuryLaunches

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