Check out the list of most expensive sunglasses in the year 2012. Now here is the list of most expensive sunglasses in the year 2013. When it comes to purchasing sunglasses, staying within budget and finding frames you like is key. It’s not always an easy task, but most of us manage to look good without breaking the bank. What if you had unlimited funds to purchase any pair of sunglasses in the world? Would you spend over $40,000? Would they be diamond encrusted with gold trim? Today we’re talking about the most expensive glasses in the world. Grab a napkin to wipe the drool off your keyboard afterwards!
The Ultra Goliath Diamond Edition Sunglasses
Do you have an extra $25,000 sitting around collecting dust? Why not purchase the Ultra Goliath 2 Diamond Edition sunglasses? Created by Internally Flawless & Co., these shades have been deemed the “sickest diamond glasses ever”. Here’s what you’ll get for 25K: 2000 round brilliant cut VS quality pave-set diamonds set in a gold frame weighing in at 65 grams. The frame is then molded onto a pair of Ultra Goliath 2′s by Dr. Shapiro’s. There are three color options: yellow gold, rose gold or white gold – decisions, decisions!
$200k Emerald Sunglasses
Your friends will be “green” with envy when you don your $200K pair of genuine emerald sunglasses. It’s said that the Roman emperor Nero watched Gladiators through green gems and now you can too. An Australian jeweler spent five years finding the gems and another three months making them. The frames are made with 18 carat gold and lined with diamonds. It’s rumored the emerald eyewear was created for an international star but no names have been published.
Jewel Sunglasses by Swiss Luxury House Chopard
Swiss Luxury House Chopard is breaking records with the brand new Jewel Sunglasses coming in at approximately $408,496 making them the most expensive glasses in the world. You’ll be blinded by four carats worth of round brilliant cut diamonds and 60 grams of 24 carat gold. The diamonds are placed in a unique carpet-like pattern which is said to make them glow.
The moral of this story is that if you have an extra $408,000 laying around you can get your hands on the most expensive sunglasses in the world, or you could buy a house, travel the world and stop working for awhile too. We can all dream!