6 Most Expensive Items in the World
Most people will certainly look for something cheap to buy or consume, but did you know that there are some people who are willing to spend millions or even hundreds of millions of dollars just to buy the things they want.
Want to know what items are the most expensive in the world? Reporting from the MSN website, here are the 6 most expensive items in the world:
1. Most expensive car - USD 52 million
Based on Bloomberg, there is an unknown person who has bought a Ferrari 250 GTO racing car for USD 52 million or making this car the most expensive car in the world. Previously, the owner of this car was Paul Pappalardo, a collector in Connecticut, USA.
2. Most expensive pizza - USD 150
The most expensive pizza in the world ever sold for USD 150, equivalent to Rp 2.1 million at Gordon Ramzey’s Maze pizza shop. This thin pizza is topped with onions, fontina cheese, baby mozzarella, pancetta, mushrooms, and very rare Italian mushrooms.
3. Most expensive soup - USD 190
The Kai Mayfair restaurant has sold the most expensive soup "Buddha Jumps Over the Wall" for USD 190, equivalent to Rp 2.6 million. This soup contains shark fins, abalone, Japanese mushrooms, seaweed, dried scallops, chicken, pork, huan ham, and ginseng.
4. Most expensive gloves - USD 420 thousand
The late Michael Jackson's gloves were the most expensive gloves ever sold in the world. These gloves were valued at USD 420 thousand at an auction in Manhattan, America on November 21, 2009. These gloves were purchased by Ponte 16 Resort, New York, United States.
5. Most expensive Sushi - USD 1,978
Chef Angelito Araneta Jr. of the Philippines once served the most expensive sushi for USD 1,978. Nigiri sushi is becoming very expensive because it is coated with diamonds and 24 carat gold sheets.
6. Most expensive tuna - USD 1.7 million
Bluefin tuna weighing 222 kilograms (kg) were caught in the waters of Aomori, Japan and auctioned at a price of USD 1.7 million at the Tsukiji fish market, Japan on January 5, 2013.