It’s amazing the amount of products one can find when trolling the internet on sales sites such as Yahoo!, eBay or Amazon. Products that are odd and products that are oddly priced, these sites have them all. From fountains to Japanese plates, paintings and baseball cards – here are the priciest items found on Amazon.com.
Lalique Poissons Fish Fountain: $218,960.00
Not much is known about this glass fountain, other than it being designed by Lalique, a French fine art glass design firm. The fountain is 38.11 inches tall and 46.85 inches wide, it weighs approximately 793.66 lbs. The product highlights the symmetrical arrangement of 16 or more fish and is believed to be crafted by the late Rene Lalique in 1937.
Artificial Double Silk Gerbera Daisies with Small Green Cube Planters: $250,000.99
The outrageously priced faux daisies are manufactured by Minnesota-based Vickerman who is predominantly the wholesaler of indoor and outdoor artificial plants. The 9x9x13 inch plastic plants features an assortment of colorful silk gerbera daisies planted on four lime-colored cubes.
One Carat Princess Cut Diamond Ring: $270,000
We can immediately see the value of this item, but that still doesn’t stop it from being ludicrously expensive. The VS2-rated princess cut one carat diamond ring is set on an 18k white gold band. The diamond is a D grade, which is the highest color grade awarded. The ring features two rows of round accent diamonds surrounding the band, and is extremely rare as the head stone is a colorless diamond which is extremely rare.
Midmark Corporation Modular Casework System: $290,203.98
Over $200,000 for a shelving unit? Designers Midmark Corporation is a total solutions provider for animal health care and the modular casework system is a stainless steel unit for veterinary clinics. The features of the unit are that it is portable and therefore scalable and adjustable. The moveable parts make use of ball bearing glides for smoother and quieter operation. It is also fashioned from specifically designed anti-bacterial Kydex that makes cleaning easier, and comes with a five year guarantee.
Nabeshima Blue Underglaze Porcelain Platter: $350,000.00
This porcelain platter is the ripe old age of three-centuries. Hence its hefty price tags! The artifact comes from the Japanese Genroku era (Golden Age, 1688 - 1704) of the Edo period. Despite its old age, the platter’s blue and white under glaze and floral-theme is still in relatively great condition. Its proportions are 31cm in diameter and weighs 2.9 pounds. The plate is probably a find from the excavations of temple grounds near modern-day Saga Prefecture, Kyushu. The name Nabeshima refers to the Samurai clan who controlled the area during the Genroku era.
Audemars Piguet Millenary Haute Joaillerie Sortilege: $400,075.00
The necklace was created by Swiss watchmaker Audemars Piguet’s decision in July 2013 to create a feminine jewelry line to demonstrate their company’s skill, talent and heritage. The Sortilege sports a cable design adorned by approximately 2.8 carat diamonds, added are gorgeous three tear drop-shaped spheres. The necklace sells for $615,000, but is currently sold with 35% discount.
Le portrait d’une jeune femme: $800,000
French impressionist artist Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919) painted Le portrait d’une jeune femm (Portrait of a young girl) during the late 1860’s and early 1870’s. The portrait is of Lise Trehot, Renoir’s mistress and a frequent model. The pastel paintings measurements are 17.75’x14.50’ and comes with a letter of authenticity from the Wildenstein Institute. Renoir’s paintings have become so sought after in the art world that at least four of his works have been sold for millions.
American Caramel Urban Faber White Baseball Card: $1,378,048.41
Inducted into the 1964 Baseball Hall of Fame 31 years after his retirement, Urban ‘Red’ Faber’s talent was deservedly recognized. Faber spent 19 years playing as a pitcher for his beloved Chicago White Sox, even though they were one of the weakest teams in the league. Faber’s baseball cards have risen exponentially in value as evident by this, his 1922 baseball card, proving to be the most expensive item sold on Amazon.
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