Stuart Hughes TV is the most expensive at £2 million

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Stuart Hughes Prestige HD Supreme Rose Edition TV – £2m

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This TV set is meant for those who have a penchant for glamour and bling and not for people looking for the best specifications. It might measure 55-inches in size but is loaded with luxe materials like gold, diamonds, precious stone and exotic skins. The TV is designed by Stuart Hughes, who is known for creating some of the most expensive gadgets and smartphones in the world and is manufactured by PrestigeHD.

This line of the world’s most expensive televisions designed by Stuart Hughes, is powered by Metz and manufactured by PrestigeHD. Since they carry the most expensive tag, they ought to be loaded with luxe materials like gold, diamonds, precious stone and exotic skins. The pricier of the two is the PrestigeHD Supreme Rose Edition.

Stuart Hughes TV is the most expensive at £2 million

What makes it so expensive?

For £2 million, you get a 55-inch TV which is gilded with 28 kilograms of solid 18ct rose gold. But that’s not all, the gilded frame dazzles with 72 brilliant round cut 1ct IF flawless diamonds along with Sunstone and Amethyst and is wrapped with Alligator skin which is hand sewn on the inner screen layer.

About Stuart Hughes

Born in 1971 in the vibrant city of Liverpool, England a place famous for all aspects of creativity and innovation including the Arts, Music and of course Football, Stuart Hughes began to gather all the city’s success stories to begin his own.

Stuart Hughes

Along with his design partner Jo-Emma Larvin, he started to get the wheels in motion in forming Goldstriker International, which was the backbone for creating these beautiful exclusive new projects. The items had to be unique with very close attention to detail even down to the handmade boxes to house such beauty.

Jo Emma Larvin

With Stuart’s exquisite idea for design and Jo-Emma’s sheer eye for beauty, the production began. The idea simple in letting the technology embrace luxury.

You could add a pair Hart Audio D&W Aural Pleasure Speakers at £3.8M if you really want a full entertainment

SOURCE: Luxury Launches

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