A TOILET MADE OF GOLD AND DIAMONDS? IT’S ALREADY HERE
Coronet, a company known for its over-the-top, diamond encrusted accessories, has done it again: At the second China International Import Expo in Shanghai recently, the company unveiled a $1.3 million toilet seat, made of real gold and encrusted with diamonds.
The toilet is running for a Guinness World Record for most diamonds in a toilet seat, and with over 40,000 small diamonds adorning its rim, it might just win it. Priced at $1,287,652, the toilet has 40,815 diamonds weighing 334.68 carats in total. Oddly, it is also bulletproof.
Coronet already holds several Guinness records. Last year, the Hong Kong based jeweller was awarded its 9th Guinness World Record for most diamonds in a watch. The unique timepiece, which is set with 15,858 diamonds totaling 50.01 carats of white and champagne diamonds, is valued at $500,000.