After the $1.8 million tree that was splashed across the papers recently, we have a diamond Christmas tree making heads turn, standing at a little lesser $500,000. It is the work of Steve Quick Jeweler, created out of five pounds of solid 18K gold, with a 4.52 carat stone set in a platinum star that adorns its top. The glitzy tree flaunts diamond-briolette ornaments and a layer of 200 carats of diamond, which form a shiny covering of snow.
The Quick tree will soon be unveiled at the Steve Quick store in Chicago, on the 7th of December and will be there for all to view the entire season. From December 17th onwards the tree will be put up for auction on eBay, and 100 percent profits from its sale will go to the American Cancer Society. If you can’t spend that much cash but still want some bling to glitter this Christmas, then you can settle for the mini versions of the tree in sterling silver or gold-plated for $25 or the one in 14K gold, for $195.