World’s most expensive iPhone: 3GS SUPREME
Raising the bar of iPhone design once again is this Katherine Hughes-designed 22-carat gold, diamond-adorned mobile phone; stating its case as the world’s most expensive iPhone at 1.92 million.
A total of 271 grams of 22-carat gold was used to fashion the phone case which houses 136 colour F flawless diamonds in the front bezel totalling 68 carats, and features a rear Apple logo in solid gold with 53 flawless diamonds totalling one carat.
The navigation button located on the front also boasts an extremely rare, 7.1-carat single cut diamond.
Continuing the lavishness is the case chest which is fashioned from a single block of Granite swathed in Kashmir gold with an inner lining of top grain Nubuck leather.
This uniquely designed and crafted iPhone 3GS SUPREME was created for an unknown Australian businessman.
Katherine Hughes is also responsible for creating the world’s most expensive iPod; the Touch SUPREME. At £139,995.00, only three of the unique touch screen music players were created with a reformed body of solid 22 carat gold; 365 VVS1 colour F diamonds; and a single cut pink 2.10-carat colour G-H diamond.
"The navigation button located on the front also boasts an extremely rare, 7.1-carat single cut diamond."