Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Pepsi Can encrusted with Diamond Jewelry

Pepsi Can encrusted with Diamond Jewelry
Once in the history of Pepsi they gave $100,000 jewel-studded soft-drink can to a lucky fan of the Super Bowl XLI halftime show. All in all it was proximately 300 diamonds, 100 sapphire and 100 rubies. But the can don't have Pepsi inside it. And in order to get one of the Pepsi can encrusted with Diamonds jewelry, the only thing you must do is to win. The designer of this Pepsi can encrusted with diamonds jewelry was inspired by past Super Bowl rings.

So lucky for those Super Bowl XLI fan who get it. Its nice to have it because it was extremely unique stuff, imagine a Pepsi can with diamond jewelry encrusted.

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Worldwide Expensive Barbie Doll

Barbie doll with Diamond Jewelry
From the creativity of De Beers Family of Companies, who is engaged with diamonds jewelry exploration designed the most expensive Barbie Doll all over the world. The reason why it is very expensive it is because this Barbie Doll has been designed through Diamonds. In fact it was decorated almost 160 Diamonds jewelry and it was ranging to $85,000.

So if you want your Baby girl to become popular over the world, then buy her such kind of Barbie Doll., but surely it will cost you much.

Monday, September 8, 2008

$4.8M Motorcycle covered with Diamond Jewelry

$4.8M Diamond Motorcycle
This motorcycle which is covered with diamond jewelry was a man-handed creativity which is ordered by one of the richest man in Saudi who is Saudi Prince Al-Walid bin Talal, and he pay for $4.8 million. But this bike was totally made up by diamonds jewelry because it has some mixed of swarovski crystals.

Even the motorcycle was not a purely diamond in nature., still only rich people like Saudi Prince Al-Walid bin Talal can afford to ordered or owned such kind of motorcycle. In other ways Saudi Prince Al-Walid bin Talal was have the largest shareholder in CitiGroup inc., the world's largest bank. And one of the shareholder of AOL.