10. Crystal Piano- $3.2 Million
Heintzman Crystal Piano is the most expensive piano in the world. During the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games opening ceremony, it was played for the first time to a billion global audiences and designed by Canadian piano-maker Heintzman Pianos. This transparent piano was retired or sold at auction and only performed once by a famous pianist Lang Lang.
9. Dead Shark- $12 Million
In 1991, this remarkable artwork was made by Damien Hirst, who officially named it “The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living.” In the 20th century, an Australian fisherman caught the tiger shark that was first displayed in London. Its purpose was to test the audience about human existence’s central dilemma, including birth, death, and religion.
8. Graff Diamond Hallucination- $55 million
Graff masterpiece is the most costly watch in the universe. It is carved with 110-carat colored diamonds, consisting of pink, blue, green, orange, and yellow diamonds. Natural colored diamonds are remarkably extraordinary and valuable, usually more beneficial than white diamonds, and this rare combination of so many distinct colors generates a spectacular rainbow-colored impact.
7. 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO- $70 million
This GT racing car became the most expensive car ever sold, and a new record was created in a private sale when a 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO was sold for $70 million in 2018. Sports car international nominated this car as the number one sports car as well Motor Trend Classic listed it at the first position on the Greatest Ferraris of All Time list. Besides, Popular Mechanics tagged the Ferrari 250 GTO as the Hottest Car of All Time. The Ferrari 250 GTO is the highest ever paid for a car.
6. Alberto Giacometti (L’Homme au doigt Sculpture)- $141.3 million
A Swiss artist, Alberto Giacometti, is recorded as one of the world’s famous artists of the 20th Century. In May 2015, a private collector bought the most expensive bronze sculpture, L’Homme au Doigt or Pointing Man, for $141.3 million at Christie’s New York auction. Another well-known work of Giacometti, L’Homme Qui Marche I, was also recognized as the most expensive sculpture ever sold for $104.3 million at Sotheby’s London auction.
5. The Card Player Painting- $250-300 Million
The Card Player is not one oil painting, but it’s the five series of paintings. In early 1890, it is painted by the French Post-Impressionist artist Paul Cezanne during the final period. The card player all versions never have a shared home. Maybe all paintings are reunited at common exhibitions. In 2011, the card players’ one artwork was sold to Qatar’s royal family for an estimated $250.
4. Salvator Mundi-$450.3 million
The world’s most expensive painting, Salvator Mundi, was made by Italian Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci. This art describes Jesus in Renaissance costume, the right-hand cross sign and holding a transparent, non-refracting crystal orb in his left. It indicates his role as Salvator Mundi, which means Savior of the World and represents the heavens’ celestial sphere.
3. Villa Leopolda- $750 million
In 1902, Villa Leopolda was made by Jr. Ogden Codman, an American architect, and bought by Belgium’s King Leopold II to gift one of his mistresses. It is a large detached villa in Villefranche-sur-Mer in the Alpes-Maritimes division, situated at the French Riviera. It has a helipad, a massive greenhouse, a swimming pool, a pool house, a guest house, and an outdoor kitchen—this 20-acre estate owned by the widow of Lebanese banker Edmond Safra and Brazilian philanthropist Lily Safra. La Leopolda illustrates the Belle Epoque style. It is recorded in the list of the architectural heritage of the Region Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur. This villa is also used as various movies set.
2. Antilia- $1-2 Billion
Who does not like living in an expensive house? We must have seen many wealthy people’s residences, but the most expensive among them all is Antilia. This luxurious home is owned by Mumbai’s well-known businessman Mukesh Ambani who lives here with his family. This mansion is the world’s largest private residence built in 2012, has 27 floors, height is 568 feet with a total area of 37000 square meters. The most notable thing that makes this house even more spectacular is it has three helipads with air traffic control, nine high-speed elevators, its own private health center, spa, ballroom, swimming pools, Jacuzzi, Terrace gardens, a temple room, a movie theatre and a garage for parking his 168 luxurious cars. Mukesh Ambani has created a snow room to beat the heat, where artificial snowflakes are pumped from the walls into the room. It is designed to withstand an eight magnitude earthquake.
1. History Supreme Yacht- $4.8 Billion
The world’s most expensive thing is the History Supreme luxury Yacht, owned by Malaysian businessman Robert Knok. UK designer Stuart Hughes built and designed history supreme and completed this floating masterpiece with a large price label in three years and used 100,000 kilograms of solid gold and platinum to decorate it. The superyacht base covered a thin layer of solid gold and wall designs prepared from meteoric stones and original T-Rex Dinosaur bones. The whole ship encompasses the deck, rails, staircases, eating area, and the vessel’s anchor detailed with priceless metals.