November 5, 2007

Sure we'll cut back ... some day

The gold and diamond encrusted Apple iPhone has arrived.

For those of you who can’t put anything next to your ear unless it’s covered in glittering gems it has been a tortured wait.

Amosu, a British company that specializes in schmaltz, brings the world this essential accessory at the reasonable price of $US41,225.

The U.K. purveyor of superfluous crap bling has adorned this limited edition with 420 diamonds totaling 5.65 carats set in 18k white or yellow gold, with a choice of white, black or pink sapphires.

For those of you who can't keep their food fresh unless it's covered in glittering gems and floral art, LG have released a fridge encrusted in bits of Swarovski and panels with millefeuilles patterns. But don't worry, it has an "A" energy rating, and an "eco-friendly homebar / catflap (which should make the cat happier, not to mention crisper, in summer).

You can pick up your profligate iPhone now, but will have to wait until you do your shopping at Harrods next year for your LG fridge.


  1. Anonymous10:12 PM

    Heavens to Murgatroyd Caz!
    What next?

  2. Someone out there is waiting for Swarovski encrusted condoms Kath, and someone else is waiting for real gold leaf drizzled in their dog's food (freshly hand made and vacuumed packed to seal in the gold!).

    These are the same people tut-tutting about plastic bags.

    We're gunna save the planet, yeah!

  3. What is Swarovski?

    (Mmmmmm, crispy cats.)

  4. That would be Swarovski crystals Drunka.

    They cater for all crystal needs, whether it be a tiara for the bride, everyday jewelery, a chandelier perhaps, or even weird bird ornaments for your mantelpiece.

  5. Hmmm. Christmas is coming. . .

  6. Crispy cats for the whole family?

    With Swarovski weird bird ornament stocking fillers?

    Hmm - I see a crowd pleaser coming on!!